2024-06-03 (M) GrinderCompassMKIII

I tuned up my resin printer by removing the ruined magnetic sheet on the platen and replacing the FEP film on the vat's bottom. The resin vat has over thirty bolts, and I did not use any power tools the last time. My electric screwdriver made quick work of the worn-out plastic, and I am not worried about doing that again before the plastic gets too worn again. For the second print, I put one model directly on the floor, and the other was angled and used support. The unsupported had some drooping between the posts, but I could remedy that with a redesign.
Two chassis prints

GitHub files for GrinderCompass
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