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Zylinder: Wanddicke mit 0.4mm funktioniert nicht

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Ich möchte einen Zylinder mit einer Wanddicke von 0.4mm (Nozzle size = 0.4 mm) drucken. Leider funktioniert das nicht mit der neuesten Cura-Version 14.12.1, siehe Screenshot.

Gibt es eine andere Möglichkeit eine Wand mit nur einer Linie von 0.4 mm zu drucken?

Cura möchte scheinbar immer eine Außen- und eine Innenwand drucken, sprich die Wand ist dann mind. 0.8mm dick.



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First I'd check if the model is good using X-ray, look for any red triangles. Something looks not right with the normals in that picture.

The other option is to make your cylinder solid, and then in the expert settings choose if you want a top or bottom as well, set fill % to 0, then pick your wall size. You can pick anything, down to .4mm.

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Thanks, but it is not possible to print. Perhaps some can testing my files.

This is my part for printig, but looks bad in Cura:


Zylinder.stl is for testing. Simple zylinder with 0.4mm wall. With nozle size 0.39 mm, shell thickness 0,39 and "Spiralize the outer contour" (in Expert config) it seems to work.



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Um die beste Temperatur für ein Filament zu ermitteln drucke ich immer einen Testquader und reduziere jeden Zentimeter Druckhöhe die Extrudertemperatur um 5 Grad.

Mein Testquader als STL hat eine quadratische Grundfläche von 2 cm Kantenlänge und 10 cm Höhe und ist massiv (das Innere ist gefüllt). In Cura setze ich die Wandstärke auf 0,4 mm. Der Unterschied zu Deinen Einstellungen ist, dass ich kein Infill nutze. Damit werden dann nach dem Boden nur die Wände in einer Dicke von einer Linie gedruckt!

Ich gehe davon aus, dass Cura durch das Infill eine Korrekturlinie zur Verbindung der Wand mit dem Infill setzt. Diese wird immer an der Innenseite der Wand angesetzt. Ich glaube jedoch dafür eine Einstellung in den Expertensettings gesehen zu haben.

Gruß, Marc

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