Hi - in the interest of sharing
There is some residual uncured resin that is still on the parts as they come out of the printer. This residual material needs to be cleaned off and Formlabs provides a cleaning station so that you can gently soak the parts in Isopropyl alcohol (IPA).
Cautionary note (and lesson learned) - One must be very careful regarding the length of time that you soak the parts. The recommendation is 10 minutes but I have found that for more delicate parts, especially those with thin details, even 10 minutes is too long.
Here is a picture of my Hebebock parts that were shown above after 30 minutes of soaking - I had to take the dog for a walk so I guess I can blame her (ha ha). The parts just get wrinkled and look "pickled" if you leave them too long. The trick is to get the excess off with using as little IPA as is necessary. For small parts I now just spray IPA on using a simple spray bottle and wash it off with a brush - then rinse them off. This process seems to work quite well. I have left larger thicker parts in overnight by accident and there is little to no impact on details and or warping.
Off to reprint the parts
always have fun
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