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Posted · How fast can you print this test print?

I'm trying to figure out how fast we can really print with the UM2 without getting any failures.

Testprint: ctrlV

I tried 0.1mm layer hight and 50mm/s print speed. Thats 2mm^3 per second. The result is good:

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Who can print it faster? ;)

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Posted · How fast can you print this test print?

What is the preferred layer resolution? Infill? I have a dual head setup and If I used the 1.6 mm for everything thick and the .4 for everything detail oriented (by way of creating new parts and stacking them...It would print a lot faster than 2mm^3/s.

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Posted · How fast can you print this test print?

I've selected 0.1mm layer resolution and 20 percent infill. But with standard UM2 I don't have dual extrusion option :)

So the answer I'm interested in is: How fast can you print with a standard UM2 (0.4mm nozzle).

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Posted · How fast can you print this test print?

Hmm - let's say any visible error. Stringing would be okay for me as you can remove it easily.

The slow print and the pictures could be a reference.

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