My PLA print is at 0.3mm, wondering what's everyone else?
Is there room for more accuracy? If so, how do you achieve it?
Also, I found PLA prints better without the hood, especially with larger prints; my guess is the chamber temperature gets warmer over time.
I did calibration with below:
PrusaSlicer (using DrLex's printer/filament config.)
0.4mm nozzle (factory)
Adventurer 3 Lite; FlashPrint; Printed with no raft. Everything else is default setting. It looks like the bottom layer or layers are missing. The whole print is also about 0.5mm shorter than it should be.
Any ideas what's going on? Thanks!
When I print with the right extruder, the nozzle moves to the right of the bed to prime but when I use the left nozzle, it doesn't go to the left side to do the prime, it stays to the right and extrudes straight onto the bed rather than off the side. It also prints off the bed when I do large prints as if it hasn't offset the x-axis to account for using the left nozzle.
The test prints on the card work OK so it must be an issue with simplify3d?
We have been using the Creator Max with PLA and had great success with printing on the blue sheets that came in the box. The issue is PLA does not stick without brims or rafts, but then some printed pieces break when trying to remove the raft or brim (articulated lizard, frog). We had loads of trouble with PETG.
To solve this, we upgraded to the borosilicate glass bed, 3mm, sprayed on Aquanet, printed off the PETG shim (perfect) and now we are not getting the PLA to stick at all. Original setting was 210 print head and 50 bed; We tried out 210 print head and 60 bed. The filament threads are visible when they were not prior to the glass bed upgrade. We keep getting what looks like warping and delamination. My settings are always to keep the fans off.
We are total noobs with the 3d filament printing and don't know if this is still cold - does the print head also need to be raised on temperature with the bed?