Some recent shots of the painted print. This particular print and the initial model paint I used didnt adhere so well so after a short bath in acetone I was able to clean off the entire paint job and reapply a primer coat. The lesson being that planning ahead would have saved me a bunch of work and that one can use acetone to clean prints with little to no loss of details. (although prolonged exposure would likely soften this resin and loose details)
The model was reduced from 5 million polygons to 1.7 before slicing in the B9 creator software.
The prints were printed at 50XY microns and 50.8Z microns slices.
I have up'd my exposure times to get thinner details which can in return "bleed" light into and over the model curing resin thats coating the model-thus loosing some details.
I believe a newer resin as well as a new projector will be key to getting even the slightest features in future prints.
Such is the life of a digital sculptor turned engineer via a 3D printer...
I can tell you sometimes the hardest part is simply pushing print then walking away for the night.