MacBook Pro vs Win laptops effect upon MakerJuice G+ Red?
My MoonRay printing has been great with the SprintRay Gray resin.
Then I wanted to try some MakerJuice G+ Red for MoonRay.
I’ve been test printing the “Marvin” 3D Hubs model. The prints
look good at 2.5 cm tall, 100 and 50 micron, normal exposure = 1, “Orange” resin
setting, with supports using an old HP laptop. However, using a MacBook Pro I get a lot of partially hardened resin all around the
center of the resin tray, and sometimes slightly stuck to the model. The prints are fine except for the extra globs. I have had the same results with both the Orange and the Red resin selection.
When I switched back to the HP, I do Not get the partially hardened goo.
So, I am wasting a lot of resin and having to clean the tray after
each print with the Mac. The display settings are correct per the SprintRay instructions, and I am not seeing image flashing failure scenario at the beginning of the print, as I did previously with a new Acer laptop.
The Mac background is set to solid black, screen saver is off, no mirroring, no command bar issues, etc. I also do not touch the machine once I initiate the print.
I do not currently have any SprintRay Orange resin to compare against.
I also see the same partially hardened resin globs upon otherwise successful prints of the MoonRay keychain model.
Just wondering if anyone else has experienced or solved this Mac vs Windows issue, or if
there is some extra light sensitivity with the thinner translucent resins that somehow needs to be adjusted? Thanks for any info!
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