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Warping on printed multicopter arms

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Hello,

I am having trouble printing several parts of a multicopter I have design.

I have warping at the edges of some (all printed at the same time) of the arms.

Some have some warping at the edges, I have printed other things without this problem.

I use the defaul normal printer setting from dura, I have an ultimaker 2.

I havent try anything else as I am new to the community.

Should I change some settings, If I have to please tell how, this is a complete new world for me!!

thank you

alfonso

 

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i normally print with a heated bed temp 55. .. cooler than the normal temp and helps.

Also did you use a little gluestick on the glass and then clean it away a little.. you only need a small small amount of stickyness... heated bed 55 and your print bed lgood and evel.. then make sure the first print layer puts down a nice squeezed layer of filament and you should be perfect....

Ian :-)

 

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