Сan anyone give setting for ABS, please?
I'm late to the comments but...Try PETG ! It's reasonably strong, does not delaminate and sticks extremely well to kapton tape bed (heated to ~85C) that has been wiped down with acetone. It also has reasonable heat tolerance so the motor mounts should not warp like PLA.
When I print with ABS, I wrap my printer in foil or drape in cardboard and keep the bed at 110C but still would run into delamination. I reserve ABS for figurines that I can then vapor polish and paint - or - smaller objects that aren't too tall !
Your abs is wet, dry it about 6 hours at 180-200 f in an oven and this problem should go away
I used to have this problem all the time, try to get better bed adhesion and try raising the extruded/bed temp. maybe try the glue stick method
I've had similar problems with my own design. ABS is just a horrible material. Try a lower hotend temp and lower bed temp with ABS slurry.
I've switched to PETG. WAAAAY better than ABS.
Lower your infil as much as possible.
Set the extruder temp as higher as possible (for your filament). Usually is about 235°C.
Try to make a kiln over your printer using towels, the ideia is to keep the same temp over the whole piece to avoid rapid cooling of the ABS, then these slicings problems will reduce a lot!
I'm usually using a 30% infill, sometimes more depend what I need strong or not.
Temp printing dépend of the plastic, but it's around 225 and 230°.
You need to care more about the nozzle diameter and the layer value.
for a 0.35 nozzle don't go more than 0.25 layer thickness.
Bed for me is around 110/115°; and as said Sneq, be carefull with the airflow in the room, the 3D printing doesnt like that.
Do it all. Right print (on photo) improvise chamber, 5% infill, bed 100, nozzle 240. I think it's cheap plastik. Next time i try another.
If i use PLA for printer details it's ok?
Probably yes, PLA does not have the same retraction problem that the ABS has...