CityScape Retraction Tests for Tuning Your Firmware Settings
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Today's update, I've finally got printing at .27, .20, and .10mm layer heights using the same acceleration settings tuned!
I'm using a TOM with MK7 extruder so I had to use the TOM SF settings and the Replicator Acceleration settings. Â Now I'm starting to see some very impressive results.K=0.005
FilamentÂ DiameterÂ =1.82mmÂ Feedrate of 100 (mm/s)Travel Feedrate 150Print Temp 230 (though I usually use 240c)
Ok check this out:
The city on the left was printed with K=0.00850 K2=0 and D=9
The city on the right was printed with K=0.007 K2=0 and D=9
I have retraction at 0 and am trying to tune the K/K2 settings. Â I had been using K=0.0085 K2=0 and Deprime 9.
However after the last the "cityscape" I created caused me to realize I need more tweaking because some of the shapes didn't come out right. Â As soon as I get it working I'll update you on it.
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Print and measure then change your settings and print again again and again and again until you get it right.
The "circular printer test" is a 20mm disk with a 10mm disk on top then a 5mm disk and another stand alone 5mm disk.
The other one is just a tiny arch I created to test filling in top circular holes and retraction.
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