3d benchy problems

How do i know should i use the setting i have now or the middle. Ok now we are talking!

Have an issue you can't figure out on your own? by ido » Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:00 am, Post

#3DBenchy is a 3D model specifically designed for testing and benchmarking 3D printers. Any ideas? If you do not consent with the use of tracking cookies, click “Refuse”. Post It looks like there are 2 problems.

no brim or raft By Yes once. (just 1 or 2 layers all around would be good).

Thank you for checking! Not playing around with anything else. Now my son will finally have his robot...  in 8 hours, There were quite a few other questions and suggestions in my post besides the comment about the tape, Bedlevel ok. The printer prints PLA benchys nearly perfectly at the default prusa settings. This guide outlines some of the most common issues faced by 3D printing practitioners and highlights steps that may be taken to resolve those issues. I have this strange behaviour and I am trying to figure out why.

Looking good. From a max of 255C to 210C both with and without cooling fan, all prints showed similar problems. With the patern on the cabine, its most likely both. Now my son will finally have his robot... in 8 hours, Ok now we are talking! Something you could print to check if your bed is level. ***I had the printer for about a month now. by chumm » Wed Sep 13, 2017 11:53 am, Post

At what speed and temperature did you print it? Can you take a photo of the bottom? I recently started tuning for a new filament, when I noticed some zits on the front of the #3D Benchy. A common tip to test that theory is to point an additional fan at the part being printed (try to avoid cooling the bed too much).

Agreed, that's PLA with insufficient cooling. Too little or to much... ***Yeah i give it a go when im back home again. by chumm » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:12 am, Post It is a small recognizable object that you can download for free, make and share. And why do you have the tape installed, is your heated bed defective? That will improve cooling and should fix your problem. Happy printing! It doesn't matter if you are using 1 Ultimaker or 10, there is inspiration in everything. It is a consumable which can start to show some signs of wear and tear, under extrusion being one of them. If so, you should go cooler as indicated by the stringing. I never thought of orienting my print on the bed, going to try that as soon as I get home. by Aziraphale » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:32 pm, Post It can also just be a bad batch. I will have a look into this setting.

How many print hours have you been using your PTFE coupler for? 45mm/s outer. Trouble with prints aka poor Benchy The higher this indicator, the less tension you have on your filament.

The 0.1 one has a deformation at the lower bow, feeling rough at the touch. I believe innofill has some good filaments too, but it could be just a bad reel.

#3DBenchy is licensed under a Creative Commons License. I've tried 0.2 and 0.1mm layer height, and it didn't help either. I would recommend 30mm/s max.

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. Print Quality Troubleshooting Guide. If your fanshroud is touching the left frame, you should probably gently bend your fanshroud down. by ido » Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:04 pm, Post I have had some trouble doing it. SandervG posted a topic in Ultimaker Essentials, Tuesday at 02:50 PM, SandervG posted a topic in Official news, July 22. Shouldn't i use tape? Ps. Got rid of the tape. I printed the 3d benchy with a 0.2 and 0.1 layer height. Could you share a photo with us?

Failed 3D prints is something that many 3D printer operators have experienced. You can withdraw your consent at any time. At what speed are you printing the first layer? Some fillament got chewed up inside. Here you can download the STL-file and read more about 3D printing.

Until now i had just printed smaller stuff that apparently was held in place better than big surfaced things (like the bed leveling testprint). The 0.2 one does not have this problem, it does have a few artifacts. Includes both FDM and SLA. ***No idea and can't check atm. Also, in S3D, add either coasting or negative restart distance after retraction (start with 0.2mm coasting, and 10% of your retraction distance 0.1mm on the negative restart) - To find out which one is the culprit, watch your print closely. I haven't noticed until now that the tape was a big problem for good prints. Got 3D printing issues? I usually print PLA at 180 but you should look at the recommended range for yours. 60mm/s. My first advice would be to level your bed properly. Read on here that there was some difference between machines made before a spesific date. Is your 3rd fan in your print head still working? How the hell is that possible?! Should be pretty easy to fix.

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