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Ringing on single wall print

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Nope, that looks surprisingly smooth coming from OpenSCAD, I'm used to seeing all kinds of faceting on those models.

In that case I would look at slowing down the print and lowering acceleration as mentioned in the post I linked to.

 

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Don't slow it down! Just reduce acceleration.

Here are the results of someone's experiment - only lowering acceleration helped - consider 1000mm/sec - posting #8:

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/2532-prevent-ringing-wobbly-surface-after-sharp-corners/?p=18006

 

HOWEVER, looking at his pictures and your picture they look quite a bit different. I'm not convinced that is ringing.

 

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It's official, that's the first time gr5 has NOT recommended to slow down :eek: Also, I already linked that post ;)

The size of the artifacts is what threw me off as well but I figured if he slowed down and reduced acceleration we would remove those variables.

 

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