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Most resins have a tendency to shrink by several micrometers after they are cured. These expansions and resulting forces can lead to layer warping and layer separation. However, these errors are usually limited to large solid layers.
This printing error is caused by the physical properties of resins. Consider hollowing problematic objects, if you encounter layer warping.
Warping can also occur during drying and curing of thin and flat objects. Consider the orientation and position of supports to mitigate this. Sometimes it can be resolved by removing the print from the platform after it has been dried and cured.