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Print ontwerp niet netjes door support(cura )

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Goedendag mensen,

 

Ik heb een probleem met mijn print ontwerpen.

Door de support van cura op t ontwerp wordt mijn ontwerp er niet mooier op

Als mijn ontwerp klaar is en ik haal de support eraf dan krijg ik een heel lelijke kant inplaats van mooi gladjes

 

Ik snap er niks van ?

Is er een bepaald settings waardoor de ontwerp wel netjes wordt met de support waardoor ik de support er makkelijker af kan krijgen en het ontwerp niet lelijk wordt

 

Ik gebruik cura software.

Kunnen jullie mijn hierbij helpen?

Voor de juiste settings?

Alvast hartelijk dank 

 

1ste foto zijn de 2 linkse verpest door de support

2de foto is de onderste verpest door de support

 

 

 

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21 hours ago, Nicolinux said:

Hi,

 

under "Support" in Cura, activate "Enable Support Interface". It will be harder to remove the support but the surface of your object should look much better.

Hello i tried but it doesn't work i don't know but i really wanna print my design nicely but it just won't work ?

Please help me

 

here is my file (design)

Brake discs.stl

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25 minutes ago, Nicolinux said:

Hi,

 

what did you try and what did not work? What happened? Did you print with support interface enabled and the surface was still bad or weren't you able to get the support material off?

I printed it with support interface enabled. And the support came off good but my object wasn't. Nice. Look at the picture please and tell me what i do wrong please 

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You'll have to play with the support interface options in order to get the best surface. Check out the "Support Interface Pattern" setting. If you were able to rotate the object by 90DEG you could avoid the supports. But with such a small object it would be difficult to print.

 

Which printer do you use? Have you considered printing with PVA (if you have an UM3 or S5)?

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Ok thankyou for the information.

 

I've got a Anet A6 prusa i3 pro 

And also a Inno3d M1

But i printed this object woth the Anet A6

I know this forum is only for people who got a ultimaker 3d printer so i'm sorry about that. I'm sorry But for me i can find here on this forum the most imitips and more 

So that's the reason why i singed myself in

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