i tryed some printing.
When i set the bottom&top thickness is 0, it is good for air flow in this area.
But i dont know about outside walls. Because the flow is not good here.
Can anybody help me for outside walls?
Thank you for all.
Yeah, I let the bed get cool, I usually take the print off in the morning, It gets done 2 hours before I get in to work. Ill have one done with the air manager unplugged tomorrow, and another one with it plugged in soon, so ill try to get a pic. I print one of these panels every day, so I try to keep them pretty dialed in.
The warping isn't the corners lifting up at all. It is when it cools and seperates from my bed (I use glass and Aquanet, that's it) the center pops up. The surface finish on the part definitely indicates proper adhesion, and there is not signs any part of the print lifting when printing.
It's not a big deal, except we send them out to get circuit boards installed on them so I don't want them too warped.
Before the air manager the corners would lift and I had all sorts of problems with ABS, so I printed CPE. I installed the air manager, and it works great for most all purposes, except default setting with a UM ABS spool the fan still spins too fast and I get the center arching up when the print cools.
Wow - that's new to me. Do you let the glass bed cool to at least 80C before removing the part from the glass? You got me quite curious.
injection molding has similar issues - when the part comes out of the mold it warps - they have to do weird things like make 90 corners 95 degrees (or 85 - I forget).
I think I need to see photographs of this warping.
Printed for 3 days and didn't have an issue. Tried reprinting one of the same prints and now it keeps failing. Any idea as of why this may be happening? (See picture). No setting were changed. As you can see that the left points fine but as it goes right it gets thinner and fails.