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First Print Checklist and PSP Handling Instructions


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For new users, we recommend printing smaller prints first. Our calibration sample is a great first print:

http://www.kudo3d.com/forums/topic/calibration-sample-for-optimizing-printing-parameters/

It is best not to print big objects for new users as dropped prints have a higher chance to damage the PSP resin container.

Use the calibration sample first to learn. It uses minimum time and resin. If dropped, this small model will not pull the Teflon film of the resin container. We then recommend printing the TinyTank by Joshua and then the Owl:

http://www.kudo3d.com/downloads_manuals/#sample_prints

Please always be more conservative with printing parameters as first time users to minimize the change of failed prints.

Please refer to the new First Print Checklist and PSP Handling Instructions document we posted. It will help with decreasing the number of failed prints and preventing the PSP resin container from being destroyed.

Thanks!


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