topic_solved Benchy exaggerated bowline
So sonce i rebuild my printer ive been fighting a bowline that looks more like a lione shift. Its not though..always the same spot and much more than expexted
How do i get rid of it.??
Ive swiched from the torture test from creative tools to the pruca slicer modle that was suposeto fix most of it.
I also noticed a imprivement in rinning with the diferent stl
Also increased the infill to 40% to see if it would make a diferance it did not
Hers some pics
These two are frome the prusa slicer
Note the droop in the window and in the anchor holes
I believe one of my setting is still way off and causing the bowline issue. I believe the slicer tirns off the fan in the window but only on the prisa stl
But dont lnow that for sure
Any comments highly appreciated. thanks
The old stl (crative tools) dose the bridging just fine
Over the window but the pruca stl doesn't???? No idea obe ran out of thing to try
The top pic was the creative tools stl.
Iven read that entire bit from prussa
The only cure i saw was the other stl wich is the second two pics.
Could it be we need to chainge the jerk and acceleration a bit more because of the ball srew??
Could that be my cause ???
By the way pharadrux the chainges we made last time were awsome its running better than it ever has thanks to you i noticed that when it makes a move to a new location it hauls butt it has no prob making the move, but man it's fast hope thats ok
Heres an odd question
Am i chasing gosts could the problem be the pla im using??? i dont believe it's wet filaments im running it thru a dryer durring printing
I would say that the benchy looks good overall. I think the remaining tuning would be done in the slicer.
Number of walls, infill %, extrusion width, bridging settings, fan settings, layer time, seam settings, retraction, etc. That's where the details are.
Ok... thank you