NanoDLP 3D Anti-Aliasing Support

It is a technique to smooth those lines which look like the stair steps. Applying this effect will attenuate the lineament of jaggies.

What is/are the reason(s) to use it?

Jagged edges occur due to undersampling. The cause of undersampling is because of having low resolution of the printer or loss of information in the picture. Enabling Anti-aliasing will solve this problem and smoothen transition between different layers.
How to use it?

  1. Go to Resin Profile
  2. Click on edit button of your desired profile
  3. Select Advanced from the Setup Mode menu
  4. By looking at Slicer Option category, you can disable/enable the 3D Anti-aliasing as well as Anti-aliasing. It is worth mentioning that it is highly recommended to make this feature as enabled.

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