Morning all,

I have an XYZ Nobel 1.0A SLA printer which has been working fine until a week ago. I am still printing the same items but now only the brim prints and then falls off into the resin tank.

Ive re-calibrated over and over again but am still having the same issues.

My only other thought is if the colder weather may have an impact on prints sticking to the platform as the printer is located in my office and is very cold without having my air con on.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

Looking at the product page I did not see any specifications with operating temperature listed. Might be a good idea to contact the company and see if they have any of that information available. You could also move it to a warmer location and see if that solves the issue.


Hi echorley, the working temperature for Nobel 1.0A resin is 20-30C (68-86F). If the temperature below 68, the printing result will get huge influence.

Hi Emily,

Your room temperature has a direct impact on your resin viscosity. When starting a print, let the bed go into the resin and quickly remove the cover. The printer will ask you to put the cover back on but before that push down the bed a little bit on both sides. That helps to push the extra resin away to the sides and you will get a perfect first layer.

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Hey everyone, thanks so much for all your replies. However things are still not going well…

I moved my printer into the house where the temperature is just right and I am still getting the same issues;

  • The brim prints but then falls off as soon as the supports are about to be printed.

So my other thoughts are…

1. Could the resin have been ruined from the cold weather or should it be okay now it is back in the correct temperature

2. What might be wrong with the platform as one print it worked fine and the next it didn’t - is there anything I can do (other than buying a new one) to potentially fix my current printing platform?

Happy new year!