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Posted · What a disaster ! - Che disastro

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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    Posted · What a disaster ! - Che disastro

    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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    Posted · What a disaster ! - Che disastro

    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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    Posted · What a disaster ! - Che disastro

    looks like retraction settings to me, you could try turning min layer time down too. I've had issues that looked like that when the print head pulled off the print to accommodate cooling for too long.

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    Posted · What a disaster ! - Che disastro

    Thanks Dodgrr

    I'll try whit the layer time .. will see ;

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