if you still have it, I would HIGHLY suggest revisiting the prints with the FTX Cast. all those problems were solved with that material.I tried to love this little printer but........We used the printer for a few months and got average results. The fits were excellent, but there was excessive distortion on the occlusions and loss of detail. Not great for copings because they came out about twice as thick as they should have been. It would produce nice margins that would be difficult to mill. Full contour crowns required excessive spacing. There is no good reason why you should have to design a FC crown way out of occlusion to get the results you want. Also the material was difficult to burn out properly. Thick patterns or large bridges would split molds even with slow burnout.
Maybe the new FTX cast will help, and maybe software improvements will solve the Z axis problems. That is a lot of maybes for $5.5k. Meanwhile we bought our second mill (DWX 50) and get excellent fits, superb detail, and fast wax burnout.
If you need an "inexpensive" output solution or a backup and don't expect great results then maybe this is the printer for you. It is not bad, just not great. I hope they work the "challenges" out. I'd definitely buy a "second generation" printer in this class and production capability.