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Printer Speed Configuration Issue


JohnKray

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Posted · Printer Speed Configuration Issue

Hi,

 

I'm having an issue with my custom printer configuration. This issue only occurs with .15 (Normal) quality profiles and it is present on all .15 profiles. 

 

The issue is the infill speed is calculating incorrectly. Infill speed by default is set to equal speed_print. The speed_print value is set in my quality profiles text files to 200, so infill speed should also be 200 and it is for my .1, .2 and .3 layer height profiles, but not for .15. Instead for .15 I am getting 334 for the infill speed. I have multiple .15 quality profiles for different materials and this issue persists for all. I have tried copying one of the quality profiles that does work into the .15 quality profile with no luck. 

 

Possible random coincidence I found. The default print speed is 60. My print speed is 200.  ((200/60)*200)/2=333.3333. This probably does mean anything, but something I noticed when trying to figure out why this is happening.

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