I used to print hi-temp resin at laser power 50 or 51 with good result but in some spots resin looked melted down like it was not cured instantly but slowly during the print.
So I started pushing the laser power a little and I must say that you can get incredibly good results by overcuring hitemp. I don’t know how @peopoly feels about it but 52 already gives you a better surface finish, 53 is better if you have large support areas.
Some proof. The following has been printed at 60µm at it looks amazing.
Here you can finally see the height lines. Printing this at 40µm would make a wonderful print, but I assure you they are invisible to the naked eye.
And now please contemplate the absolute perfection of these layers
60µm + hitemp is the shit, guys.
You can indeed see a little overcuring, but it’s well worth the overall print quality.
Please note I’m using Cura 3.5 and the latest profiles.