Cupping occurs when the geometry and orientation of the printed part creates a trapped volume of print material between the current layer and the membrane. This situation may have adverse consequences for print quality and accuracy.
|Figure 1. Cupping example.|
|Figure 2. Example of right vs. wrong orientation to prevent cupping.|
It is recommended to orient the part in a way that eliminates or minimizes the risk of cupping.
|Figure 3. Left - orientation that would cause cupping. Right - Orientation that would NOT cause cupping.|