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Posted (edited) · Inclination

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At first I thought that this happens due to printer's mechanical fault - even changed X and Y motors

Inclination continued on Y axis

But then I rotated the model on 90 degrees in Cura and produced new GCode - inclination happens on X axis

So - it is Cura's wrong code issue - same STL (made on Solidworks) is Ok printed on Simplify3D G-code

But - I prefer Cura !

I also imported model from SolidWork file using Cura pugin - the same inclination

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    Posted · Inclination

    The cura gcode uses 150 mm/S for the travel speed, the S3D code uses 80 mm/S. Try using the same speed in Cura.

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    Posted (edited) · Inclination

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    Just printed 2 models, one with 45 degrees rotations

    Both stand vertical. Travel speed - 200 mm/s

    But - this models are 'empty', 0% filling, so only shells

     

    Next time I will try with less travel speed. Maybe alot of fast pulls/pushes shift cheap printer's mechanic

    It happens in less wide side, where accelerarions are more high

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    Posted · Inclination

    Here is the plan view of the Gcode file in Nail's second post (read into autocad as a wireframe).  It looks square from any direction. 

     

     

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    Posted · Inclination
    On 7/13/2020 at 12:53 PM, burtoogle said:

    The cura gcode uses 150 mm/S for the travel speed, the S3D code uses 80 mm/S. Try using the same speed in Cura.

    with such slow motions - no inclination

    thanns

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    Posted · Inclination

    Good.

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