I was really hesitant to answer this becuase it’s not all that straitforward. Much of your “changes” will depend on your experience, and the client tolerance.
I do a lot of blend, mostly in multiplex mode ( on an Apilus Sm-500) . I find it’s usually pretty safe to increase the galvanic component in blend, even by large amounts, as long as it’s within the clients pain tolerances.Example I might raise the galvanic from 0.62 MA to 0.80 MA as long as the client can withstand the discomfort. The thermolysis component can be increased, but usually you want to keep it to within a few % of the original settings. For example I’d feel comfortable increasing from 9-12 % but not to 20%
The Apilus presets are estimates, based on client comfort for the area being worked on for the most part but also on safety factors. They are a good starting point,but they are a little on the conservative side.
I havent found a permanent way to reset levels on any preset so you’ll need to set the preset, then adjust your levels from there each time you use the machine, but the cleo may have functions mine doesnt or I havent played with yet.
I’m really uncomfortable giving specific energy levels, because those you will need to determine yourself, but the guidelines I’ve stated will give you more knowledge than was conveyed to me starting out. Every machine will have different calibration too so use some caution.I once cranked up the thermolysis on blend to 30% and tried a few insertions on myself, aand very quickly learned why you dont do that