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Cura 15.02 - Quickprint Profiles - Infill too fast for small objects

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Posted · Cura 15.02 - Quickprint Profiles - Infill too fast for small objects

Hi,

With the new quickprint profiles I think the infill speed is always too fast. For big objects it is less of a problem, but with small objects the infill looks broken and won't work as intended. Here is a pic of Robert's feeder:

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Posted · Cura 15.02 - Quickprint Profiles - Infill too fast for small objects

I find the same, 80 is way too optimistic and gives exactly what you show. 55-60 is way more realistic.

This will disappoint unexperienced users and set unrealistic expectations imho.

 

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Posted · Cura 15.02 - Quickprint Profiles - Infill too fast for small objects

Especially if you print at the 210° (default for PLA)...

 

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Posted · Cura 15.02 - Quickprint Profiles - Infill too fast for small objects

I have mentioned this before and thought I was the only one having problems.

I did find issues with my feeder (UMO) and later found that my Teflon coupler was deformed. Fixing those helped a lot.

While it's better now, I'm not sure that the quick print profiles work well at such speeds.

 

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