although i do not have a Phenom Noir, but an Phenom L, I am currently also experimenting with other resins.
I’m testing out the JamgHe resins too. So far with no luck. Everything sticks to the FEP and was even hard to remove (soaked in alcohol for few hours to get it from the FEP)
It turns out to be very difficult to get anything stick to the build plate.
So the warnings from Peopoly support ppl, not to use other resins, are not just a marketing strategies to sell their own brand. It really is HARD to get anything working except the recommended resins.
As for the JAMGHE resin, no success so far, but I’m not done with the testing and not yet prepared to give up on finding ways to make it work.
But it is certainly not the plug& play you get from Deft or Siraya resins. Those resins really work right from the start, on condition you respect the advised temperatures!
One thing to be careful about when experimenting is not to exceed the max. illumination values of the resins we know that work on the Phenom series. Do not increase you curing times to insane values. You’ll burn your screen !
I believe the siraya blu settings has one of the highest uv exposure setting (80s). I dont think it is a good idea to get any higher then that. UV tends to damage colorLCD’s alot easier then monoscreens.
Assuming you did the obvious bed leveling, some suggestions i can make :
-lower the layerheight bit for bit and pray it sticks at certain point
-get a specialist buildplate glue
-roam the internet for additional tips and tricks that might help
I’ll make a post as soon I found a resin that actually works reasonably well…but empty handed atm…