It has a very reliable layer adhesion and only minimal warping. I'm completely new to Resin printers and have been having fun with my Elegoo Mars - which rocks. The appropriate exposure time varies depending on the resin color and type of Elegoo. Any help with those two resins would help right now, but I would love to have a more generic answer that would allow me to explore and troubleshoot any resin without asking every time. Resin options are limited in Canada; and I've already tried a few Anycubic resins, and heard mixed things about the Monoprice ones. For example, the grey 3D Rapid Resin from Elegoo* needs only 15.5 °C to cure well, while normal Rapid Resin from Elegoo gives the best results at 30 °C. It is important that you take care of your own protection because the resin is very harmful to the skin and the respiratory tract. A Resin 3D Printer delivers much more precise results than regular 3D Printers and is a lot of fun to work with. 0dnhu-xlfh6wdqgdug 5hg