I’ve been itching for a while to print the #3DBenchy calibration object (http://www.3dbenchy.com/) that’s been going around in FDM circles to see how well it can be printed on the Titan 1, using its unique capabilities to the fullest.
To that extent, I optimized the orientation of the print to eliminate the need for supports and used print settings to reach a successful print with two different types of resins, MakerJuice G+ and FunToDo Standard Blend. I also printed on two different types of vats: the stock V2 PSP vat, and a modified V2 with 2mil TPX instead of the original FEP. (The stock is better, but the 2mil created some interesting wavy surfaces due to its lack of rigidity.)
I ended up making 4 videos on this project, starting with an all-software video starting with the original STL file and ending with the Run button. There have been some requests to go through all of the settings in Creation Workshop, which I do in this video. The videos are in the YouTube playlist:
I had trouble exporting the CSV version of the FTD SB print and had to do a screenshot instead.