0.3 mm Z height problem

From: Andrzejewski, Jan (jan_andrzejewski@peragroup.com)
Date: Fri Feb 13 1998 - 11:31:00 EET

Re: Joost Mikkers 0.3 mm too high SLA models

The Z height problem is a function of the 'hatch overcure' and 'print
through' it can be reduced by adjusting the hatch overcure and skin fill
cure depth parameters . These can cause other problems if you choose the
wrong values. You should be able to reduce the error to 0.1mm max.

A simpler way is to use Zslice in your Maestro slice options ( Auto Z
correct, ON, 2 layers ).

Jan Andrzejewski
RP Operations Manager

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