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Posted (edited) · Probleme mit der First Layer Height

Ja Servus,


ich bin seit einer Weile im Bereich 3D Printing unterwegs und war mit den Ergebnissen meiner Drucks auch sehr zufrieden. Seit dem Update auf Cura 5.1.0  habe ich aber ein Problem mit der Einstellung first layer height. Ich habe einen Anycubic Vyper und verfolge den Ansatz, dass der First Layer  0,1mm dicker als die Layer Height sein sollte. Damit war auch sehr zufrieden. Seit dem Update scheint Cura diesen Parameter zu ignorieren. Esdruckt permanent  mit first layer height 0,1mm ob wohl 0,3mm bei einer Layer height von 0.2mm  konfiguriert ist. Die Layer Height selbst scheint, wer zu folgen, aber die First Layer Height wird  ignoriert. Das Problem, was ich habe ist, das der First Layer oft unbrauchbar ist, weil er nicht stabil genug ist bzw. die Haftung auf der rauen Oberfläche nicht erreicht. Dabei ist es egal ob  PLA oder PET-G drucke.


Gibt es etwas was die First Layer Height beeinflusst, so das Cura sie ignoriert? Ist eion bug? Gibt weiteren Parameter wo die First Layer Height eingestellt wird und den anderen damit überschreibt?




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    Das sind die sachen die auf alle Fälle Einfluss haben. Was aber meistens nicht aufgeführt ist, sind die Experimtellen Sachen.

    Könnte mir vorstellen, das "Anpassschichten Verwenden" auch Einfluss darauf haben könnte. Ist bei Dynamische Qualität standard.

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