Feedrate



  • After mesuring my feedrate i find im 3mm short of a hunsky... can someone please post a link to the methods to get it spot on
    Also a comment on how close to spot on one needs to be would aldo be appreciated Thanks



  • see
    https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Guide/Ender+3+Pro+and+Duet+Maestro+Guide+Part+4:+Calibration/40#s165

    redo the calibration until you get the amount extruded that you have selected.



  • Im realy suprised that the 415 mms. Are not spot on
    I got the figuare from bondtechs webpage is it normal to br off justva bit . Ev er n though you use there specs why would that # chainge any at all from printer to printer does it vsrry between vsrd drivers or dif. Printers??? I would think this part would be a constant value??? (Extruder value mms. )



  • Im realy suprised that the 415 mms. Are not spot on
    I got the figuare from bondtechs webpage, is it normal to be off just a bit . Even though you use there specs,???, why would that # chainge " any "at all from printer to printer??? does it vary between card,, drivers or dif. Printers??? I would think this part would be a constant value??? (Extruder value mms. ) 3:1 ratio and all ????
    Would the missing 3mm geed rate add up or cause the underextustio just at the window linqe on a benchy test print
    Sorry ill try to proof read beter 🙂



  • So i read the post you sent i understand the theory behind, but being a dyslectic, math would not be my strong suit.. 😬😫😬🙄... i have esteps of 415 in my m92 and a total of 97 mm total extrution out of a 100mm,,,, I'm comming up three mm short
    Would someone be kind enough to run the equation for me. Im afraid i have no clue.
    I'm not be able to understand the fractional equation...
    Thanks guys,,, in advance.
    A work around would be fine too ..i though about just canging the value intill I'm supper close but that wouldn't nessicary be correct either..
    ....just closer 😁
    Im a firm believer in finding your own solutions but with this kind of thing this forum has great value for myself and others like me.



  • 415*(100/97)= 427,8



  • Thank you. Veti.... 😊


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