Shifted Layers

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Re: Shifted Layers

Post by GrueMaster » February 9th, 2019, 4:28 am

"Better" in this case means the design has improved enough to make a mold for mass production, thus saving costs. Better for the revenue stream.

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Re: Shifted Layers

Post by Roberts_Clif » February 9th, 2019, 4:12 pm

It was a more precision part the walls were just too thin.
If you remember my last 3D Printed X-Axis Z-lead-screw braces, I could only put 2 of the 4 screws with out binging the lead-screw.


Right.jpg

Left.jpg


And they were on opposite sides form each other.

Hopefully these next X-Axis Z-Lead-screw braces will print better with 2 years of 3D Printing behind my knowledge.
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Re: Shifted Layers

Post by Roberts_Clif » February 11th, 2019, 3:25 pm

Printed a part on 1St 3D Printer today with a lower V-Ref as suggested by a 3rd party.


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LeadScrews Mount.jpg

Readjust to the origin V-Ref


Right Lead-Screw comparison.jpg
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Re: Shifted Layers

Post by Roberts_Clif » February 11th, 2019, 3:39 pm

Now I have a question.
In the image below
Re-Adjusted.jpg
I noticed that at every Junction where there are changes to the interior structure there is a line in the skin surface.
Now this is not a ridge just a different shade line.

I tell you what speckled table top sure doe not do the photo any justice.
Not a bad print, Looking closely need to return the feed rate to the lower value of {150, 150, 5, 25} the corners are looking a little jagged .
Or add one of the new functions in Marlin 2.0.x

Added the S curves accelleration
#define S_CURVE_ACCELERATION

Now I want to try Junction Deviation
#define JUNCTION_DEVIATION
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