infill visible in final print?

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infill visible in final print?

Post by jankolar » December 27th, 2019, 3:59 pm

Hello, I would like to ask you for help. I am currently new in 3d printing. That is why I humbly ask you to help.

I am printing Venom model right now and my prints are a little "furry" from bottom side. I am sure this is because of the settings, but I am just a newbie. Using cura, tree supports. It looks like the infill from bottom in cura, which I just discovered.

Any ideas, please?

Thank you, Jan
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Re: infill visible in final print?

Post by Roberts_Clif » December 28th, 2019, 8:35 am

I find that using a whole number multiple of your nozzle diameter .4 nozzle by 3 is 1.2mm wall thickness.
An when using a multiple with a decimal 3.3 lets say this giving me a wall thickness of 1.32 I get fuzzies.

Can not see your retraction settings, would like to see the numbers on for your tree supports.
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Re: infill visible in final print?

Post by jankolar » December 28th, 2019, 10:49 am

Hello, thanks for reply, I am attaching settings and whole cura profile, which I currently use.
thank you, jan

(just if you will wonder, why there is -15 for the bed temperature, I have something wrong with bed heating, is still shows -15, alle cables connected, don`t know what it can be :( so i faked it in cura to be able to complete my prints and then I will ask for repair)
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Re: infill visible in final print?

Post by Roberts_Clif » December 28th, 2019, 3:41 pm

So you enter a -15 because you cannot get a reading from the Build Plate to the controller?
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Re: infill visible in final print?

Post by jankolar » December 28th, 2019, 5:50 pm

yes, exactly, no reading, no heating
but it has no connection with the original issue :) it was the same, when the bed was heating normally

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Re: infill visible in final print?

Post by Roberts_Clif » December 29th, 2019, 8:36 am

I am trying to grasp the bottom image as it has bumps all over the surface.
Do these bumps coincide with the fuzzes or the tree supports.
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Re: infill visible in final print?

Post by jankolar » December 29th, 2019, 2:51 pm

it doesn`t coincidente with tree supoprts, it is directly on the print itself. from the bottom it looks like an infill pattern XXXXX as you can see

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