News Scientists Claim New 3D Resin Print Process Is 30X Faster

Their tugboat print, which is considered the standard, showed obvious print lines. The Yoda print is a bad example because it has no flat surfaces to check for print lines. But I think this was due to the fact these prints are incredibly small. So the technology use is extremely limited. But I have to give them kudos on figuring out software that knows which resin to harden first. Resin without support sinks to the bottom. I would imagine it's worse in a spinning platform. (Thrown to outside and bottom)