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How can I clean up this cellular thing?


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Posted · How can I clean up this cellular thing?

Just wanted to get some suggestions on how I can print this for a better finish.

I did a layer height of 0.1mm, Zero infil, shell thickness of 1mm and a print speed of 60mm/s.

Here are some pics of it.

http://i57.tinypic.com/32zm3i8.jpg

http://i57.tinypic.com/m9vimf.jpg

http://i60.tinypic.com/30wxi1g.jpg

Thanks!

 

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    Posted · How can I clean up this cellular thing?

    Print slower and cooler. This is a difficult print. For maximum beauty I would print at 25mm/sec and 200C. Make sure travel speed is at least 200mm/sec to avoid plastic leaking out while spanning those gaps.

     

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    Posted · How can I clean up this cellular thing?

    Print slower and cooler. This is a difficult print. For maximum beauty I would print at 25mm/sec and 200C. Make sure travel speed is at least 200mm/sec to avoid plastic leaking out while spanning those gaps.

     

    Do you just change the temp in the tune section on the printer, or do I do that through Cura?

     

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    Posted · How can I clean up this cellular thing?

    You have to do it in the material settings at the printer, if you wish to keep it as a standard. You can just tune while printing if it's a one time thing..

     

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    Posted · How can I clean up this cellular thing?

    Good to know, thanks Nightwish!

     

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