Bridge Torture Test
by triffid_hunter, published
Struts are hollow to speed printing.
My test with this show me that I must print bridges slowly!
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Do you know that this doesn't want to print correctly on Cura? I think I'm going back to Slic3r. I've had a lot of good prints with Cura, but in the end Slic3r still seems to outprint it...
All the small details simply are ignored by Cura, the ring on top? It doesn't even generate gcode for it! Printing with a 0.5mm nozzle.
Also, it messes up infill and it has very illogical ways of preheating (first hotend and after the bed, while it should be the other way around, I hate to let my filament cook).
Tomorrow I will try it again with Slic3r. Cura also wants to print this too fast and too hot. Let's see what Slic3r does :)
I'm having the same problem as related by Panda762. The bridge perimeter is being treated as perimeter and not bridge, so it prints slowly and doesn't follow bridge settings (I tried to use a bridge flow of 0.3 and it is still printed with a perimeter's flow). The inner strings are just fine, a perfect bridge.
Again, if I have "perimeters (minimum)" set to 2, I´ll have 2 sagging strings on each side and 4 or 5 perfectly bridging strings in the center.
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2) observe bridge
3) adjust bridge settings
4) goto 1 unless great
5) observe quality of circle
6) fine-adjust bridge settings
7) goto 1 unless excellent
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