Fine tuning SprintRay Pro is an advanced feature that should only be performed by advanced users or with the help and instructions of customer support. There are three types of fine tuning.
Z-Axis fine tuning
Z-axis adjustments change the Z-offset value, which changes the distance between the build platform and the resin tank. If you're having issues with the thickness of the first layer or persistent problems with adhesion and you've already tried other troubleshooting methods, Z-axis fine-tuning may be the next step.
Tolerance calibration makes small adjustments to the exposure time of each layer to ensure efficacy with specific materials. This calibration is a good first step in troubleshooting print issues, as materials can vary in type, temperature, age, and exposure. If you are unsure if you need to calibrate, please reach out to our support team.
Dimensional accuracy adjustments will make changes to the scaling factor in the printer's X and Y axes. If your parts are consistently too large or too small, dimensional accuracy calibration may be the next step in troubleshooting. Note that with dimensional accuracy calibration, it is extremely important to post-process the printed part exactly how you would any other print.
To calibrate your SprintRay Pro, contact customer support.