How does variable exposure work to even out the exposure intensity? Does it make the smallest area full power and decrease larger areas or does it add photoexposure time onto the smaller areas and shut off light to the central areas?
I wish to print a lattice structure inside a larger cylinder. The lattice I print requires a greater photoexposure time to print successfully than the cylinder. If I try to print the combined object at the settings of the cylinder, the lattice isnt fully formed. If I try to print the combined object at the settings of the lattice, the cylinder jams and breaks.
Would variable exposure help? If so, should I set the layer exposure to that of the lattice or that of the cylinder?
Another option I have considered is simply exporting both objects separately from print studio, unzipping the file, intercalating the layers manually with the requisite parameters so that each layer of the combined object results from two separate photoexposures with no build motion between them.