I am new to the Ember, and right now I am printing some test cubes to assess the accuracy of the machine. I first printed a 0.5 in cube using the automatic supports. The issue with that is that the bottom surface connected to the supports ended up somewhat concave up and not perfectly straight, so I wanted to test if the printer could do better/
So I went ahead and tilted my cube in the X and Y directions 45 degrees, hoping that this would fix my issue. I made my own supports, which I wasn’t sure would work due to my lack of experience. A picture is attached showing what my print looked like. Unfortunately, the print turned out very bad: the supports did not adhere well to the cube and the cube did not have any straight faces. I am concerned I didn’t add enough supports. Or maybe the orientation is not great for the Ember to handle. I am looking for some advice on how to find best print orientation and supports, and how to make good manual supports in case I need to.
Thanks in advance!