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Manuel
#1 Posted : Tuesday, October 6, 2015 9:18:02 PM(UTC)
Manuel
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Hi Support Team,

just received the Solidator last week.
I already tried with some test prints different support methods.

My problem is, that the support structure (beam's) are to thick on the object surface.

It would be nice, if you build in some function like this, in future releases of Solidator Studio:
Choose support plate (raft) on whole top side (costs more resin for sure), with a small bulge on each side, for removing the object with some screwdriver.
On that plate there should be the individual support beams, same thickness like that time.
Something like 3-5mm before the object surface begins, the support beam should be formed like a sharp needle.

At this time (with Solidator Studio 1.4) the problem is, that the support beam's are really to thick, and they finished not really sharp.
I have to use a wire cutter for getting rid of them, the object surface looks like a pimply face.
Please give an option to choose more, but thinner/sharper support beam's.

Is a feature like this already planned in new releases?

Thanks,
Manuel

Edited by user Tuesday, October 6, 2015 10:31:59 PM(UTC)  | Reason: spelling

tfischer
#2 Posted : Monday, October 12, 2015 2:41:45 PM(UTC)
tfischer
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Posts: 71

Hi Manuel,

in the Options Dialog (see menubar) you can find the settings for support structure thickness which is given in pixel x pixels and also the pyramid height (needle tip height) in mm. A pixel is about 0.27 mm.

Thanks

Tim
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