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Posted (edited) · Vertical shafts warping?

Using my Lotmaxx SC-10 printer and Cura Darwin slicer, vertical shafts keep warping when attempting to print.




Is there any way to fix this? I am printing them to a precise measurement so as to fit in something else, so resizing and making them thicker isn't really an option. I've tried a few basic troubleshooting steps, but I'm pretty new to printing and don't really know where to go from here. Maybe adjust print speed?? Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Edited by SirChristianVII
Just fixing the image! ;)
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    Posted (edited) · Vertical shafts warping?

    The layers of the vertical part are simple, so they don't take long enough for the material to solidify before the next layer is printed. There is a setting called "minimum layer time". You could try increasing that. Another way to work around these fast layers is to print multiple of the same object at the same time.


    Here's a more indepth explanation from the Settings Guide plugin:


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