So I was reading this paper: http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2016/lc/c6lc00153j#!divAbstract
One aspect they comment on is the role of surface roughness of the window in transparency of 3D printed parts. I’ve noticed that my parts are never that transparent (see Fig 2A (left) in the article). This lab, however, was able to obtain remarkably transparent parts by replacing the build plate with polished silanized glass.
Would this be possible with the ember? i.e. does PR48 adhere to glass more than the PEGDA resin they were using?
Thoughts in general?