This is very exciting! Welcome to one of the most active and positive 3D printing communities out there. Soon, you shall be the envy of all 3D printers with your stunningly printed details. Here are some tips to help you along the way.
Before you get started
Remember that Peopoly is a small business that is just getting started. Mistakes happen, and that's why it is important to make sure that everything is in the box. If something isn't, just email email@example.com.
Be careful pulling the Galvos out. DO NOT touch the mirrors in any way.
Chris at Practical Printing, did a great video on this step.
Even our fastest builders took over 4 hours to build it completely. It takes a normal person 5-8 hours. It's important that you do not rush the build process. Take your time and familiarize yourself with the components and the location of the nuts and bolts. There are lots of screws and bolts you have to go back to near the end and tighten. If you do not go back and tighten them your prints will be way off and you won't know why.
In this step, you are going to inkjet print a sheet of paper that has the calibration guidelines on it and put it in the resin vat. Then you will make adjustments if you need to. The galvos are pre-calibrated so you most likely won't need to touch them.
One thing about this, make sure the X and Y galvo wires are attached appropriately. Sometimes people get them confused,so things print left and right confused (still successful, just at reverse angles).
If you have looked at the forums, you will see that more than 50% of problems come from level problems. This is the hardest step of the process because it is inherently inaccurate (ironic isn't it?). In this step you are going to physically level the printer by putting an empty vat in the printer and have the build plate rest against it. Then tighten screws under the vat to make sure there is proper pressure.
OSX users: check out the extra step for your GCode OSX Fix