Extruder Calibration (Part Fitting) Test
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A simple test for parts fitting. If the printer is properly set, the two parts should perfectly click together, like two Lego blocks.
You should repeat prints while adjusting Extrusion Multiplier or Filament Flow Live Tuning (depending on your software and printer), until the two parts snugly fit together. The XY Size Compensation should not be used if extrusion is properly set!
The process should be done for each new roll of filament.
Unlike the original object, this one has a lower base to increase printing speed and a groove on the top of both parts to mark the proper orientation.
- Print the objects. Wait until it cools down before removing from the print-bed.
- Try to plug one object into the other. Be careful, the orientation does matter!
a) If the objects can't fit, lower the Extrusion Multiplier or Flow and repeat.
b) If the objects fit too loosely, increase the Extrusion Multiplier or Flow and repeat.
c) If the two fit snugly, you're fine - the calibration is done!
- Added a groove on the top of both parts, in order to identify correct orientation.
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