I know that there are other posts with this same question, but none of the other threads have anything that would seem to handle my issue. I went through a huge amount of calibration prints to get (measurements are below), but I feel it is as close as I have the patience for, especially in light of the fact that the FEP vat is supposed to have better forgiveness. I had wanted to get a little more precise on my dimensions, so I tried to print the x-y asura calibration file, but it did not print anything at all. I brought it into Asura, and made sure to check it was oriented well…but nada. So to check my sanity, I redid the four corner post test…it came out great. Downloaded a file from thingiverse that did already had a gcode file. It printed, but the print was not perfect, because it seems like there was too much surface tension on the peel.
I should also mention that because of the way the documentation is a little all over the map, when I was doing the four corner calibration, I had the z-reset on 1817, and I have been printing with the same z-reset (1817).
I printed out the ring test file, which also is a straight from the web gcode file. So it must be something with Asura. I am on OSX, but the details are below for my setup.
Room temperature (best to be >25C):75 F
What type of resin: Grey
Build plate type: Standard 1-piece
Vat: FEP vat
What type Vat: Peopoly Original vat
A - 10.65mm
B - 10.75mm
C - 10.71mm
D - 10.82mm
Firmware version: 1.18
System Setting is default per Peopoly recommendation? Yes
Laser Power: 58
Z-reset position: 1817
PM Motor Speed: 11
Z Follow Speed: 10
Software used to slice? Asura 2.2.2 - I am using none on the calibration dropdown and Peopoly Moai 80um 35 for the profile
If using Asura,what version and profiles