Hi all, I’m new to 3D printing in resin and have a few questions about optimal build plate positioning when preparing models to be sliced for printing.
I’ve seen people on YouTube preparing their resin models at a 45 degree angle instead of straight up and down, similar to in the below image. What is the reason for this (other than printing faster the model faster)?
If a model is printable without supports on an FDM printer, is it true that the same model will be printable without supports in resin as well?
What might cause a model to come detached from the print bed during printing?
I had my first failed resin print yesterday, where the model detached from the bed/got stuck to the bottom of the vat half way through, and I was wondering how I can best prevent mishaps like that going forward. Any advice is appreciated, thanks!