Do you have a new resin your want to try using in the Ember printer, or is a particular print giving you problems? In either case there is a good chance that changing the default printing parameters will allow you to get better results. Currently there are more than user adjustable 30 settings. Changes to these parameters can lead to better resolution, reduced jamming errors, or significantly faster prints. This Instructable will attempt to explain what these parameters do and why one would want to change them. It finishes with examples of developing parameters to print with MadeSolid Black,DWS DC500, and a high speed printing resin (200 mm/hr!). Due to Embers unique sliding mechanism we are still learning what works best, so some advice may change over time.
Updated on 7/23/2015 to include information on new parameters and better advice on choosing the overlift.