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Posted · Wie eigenes Profil mit 0.3 mm Schichtdicke erstellen?

Hallo,

im sog. Quickprint-Modus ist im Modus 'Fast print' die Schichtdicke 0.15 mm.

Für viele Dinge ist mir das aber schon zu fein. Für manche Drucke reichen mir 0.3 mm Schichtdicke und es würde auch ca. doppelt so schnell gedruckt.

Ich habe also in den Experten-Modus gewechselt und Schichtdicke 0.3 mm eingestellt.

Wenn ich damit nun drucke klappt das nicht so. Bei der ersten Schicht (PLA mit 220 Grad statt Standard 210) sieht man noch einzelne Bahnen.

Der Infill hat Lücken, als ob nicht genügend Material nachkommen würde, außerdem habe ich häufig Slipping (höre das Tock, Tock - Geräusch vom Feeder).

Also scheint das nicht zu klappen einfach die Schichtdicke auf 0.3 mm zu stellen.

Was mache ich falsch? Muss ich da noch weitere Parameter anpassen - welche?

Danke schonmal...

 

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    Posted · Wie eigenes Profil mit 0.3 mm Schichtdicke erstellen?

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    Also scheint das nicht zu klappen einfach die Schichtdicke auf 0.3 mm zu stellen.

    Was mache ich falsch? Muss ich da noch weitere Parameter anpassen - welche?

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    Hast Du die Druckgeschwindigkeit angepasst? Fastprint geht beim Infill auf 100mm/s hoch, das sind dann 12mm3/s. Das schafft der UM2 nicht (zumindest nicht mit der 0.4er Düse...)

    Bei 0.3 Layerhöhe kannst Du mit max. 80mm/s drucken - aber dafür muss zusätzlich die Nozzle-Temperatur nochmal deutlich nach oben geschraubt werden - für PLA z.B. auf 230°C.

    ...oder reduziere die Druckgeschwindigkeit. bis das "tock tock" aufhört - einfach rantasten.

     

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