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Posted · I'm unable to print this

Hi, I'm new to 3d printing. I use Ender 3 pro. I tried to print this ring with 0% infill, print speed of 30mm/s, resolution of 0.35. The extruder temperature was 210 degree celsius and bed temperature was 70 degree celsius. I'm totally unaware, what actually went wrong. My printer started printing something box like substance. I was using PLA+ filament. Please help to improve this. Thanks in advance.

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Posted · I'm unable to print this

Can you post a project file or screen shot of how it looks in cura, layer view?

 

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Posted · I'm unable to print this

I have just sliced that STL in Cura with the ender 3 printer profile and it looks fine, i dont have a ender 3 so i can not test print, but all the gcodes fine so it should print fine.

 

Might be a good idea to try another sd card and reslice the file if you print via sd card just incase you got a problem with the sd card, as the file and slice from cura all look fine.

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Posted (edited) · I'm unable to print this

Do you have a photo of what was actually printed?  STL-file is ok, no problems with slicing in Cura.

 

Will give it a go on my Ender 3 Pro, there are many settings you are printing with that are unknown to us... Wall Thickness, Bottom/Top Thickness etc.

 

Printer is running now with 0.28 layer height, 30mm/sec. 0% infill...  I would suggest to print smaller layer height to get better result (takes a little more time to print)...

 

But you definitely need support to print it in this orientation. 

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Posted · I'm unable to print this

... needs a bit of sanding to smooth down the left over pieces of support...

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Posted · I'm unable to print this
6 hours ago, Mari said:

... needs a bit of sanding to smooth down the left over pieces of support...

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What was the wall height? By the way thanks for experimental printing.

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Posted · I'm unable to print this

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