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What a disaster ! - Che disastro

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Hi there,

could anyone help me to print this object in a better way?

C'è qualcuno che mi può aiutare a stampare quest'oggetto in modo migliore?

The setting which I used are :

Layer height : 0.1 __Noozle ;0.4__Retraction minimum .5 mm - 50mm - 30mm/s

Inner shell speed : 20mm/s ___Outer shell speed : 40 mm/s __ Travel speed : 100 mm/s

Infill : 20% _Brim : 20_ min layer time 10sec _ Fan 100% (after the first 3 layer)

Temp: 195° - Flow 100%

the pics shows the object from the top and the bottom

le foto mostrano i due lati dell'oggetto, dall'alto e dal basso

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That bracelet looks like it has been designed for an STL printer, not a filament printer. You will need supports everywhere, which will be quite horrible to remove. You could always try designind your own easy-to-remove supports which is a great learning experience :)

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That bracelet looks like it has been designed for an STL printer, not a filament printer. You will need supports everywhere, which will be quite horrible to remove. You could always try designind your own easy-to-remove supports which is a great learning experience :)

 

Thanks for the advice.

I tried with the MeshMixer support without good results...(even when I chosen the Diginz Of setting)

have you some sample/setting or further suggestion to show me?

Please don't mention the extrudableme page because I really don't know how that guy can get that quality with an UM2.. :(

to who don't know the web page mentioned above here is the link : http://www.extrudable.me/2013/12/17/highqualityultimaker2/

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