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First attempt with my C2

Discussion in 'Show and Tell' started by PatrickB, Feb 16, 2017.

  1. PatrickB

    PatrickB New Member

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    Hi,

    Printer installed last Monday and tis is my first attempt with filament supplied by ROBO.
    Standard parameters of hi-res 0.06 has been used.

    I don't know if it's possible to obtain better result by changing printing speed, travel, ...?
    A lot of burrs WP_20170213_19_38_11_Rich.jpg WP_20170213_21_39_04_Rich.jpg WP_20170213_19_38_11_Rich.jpg WP_20170213_21_39_04_Rich.jpg

    SORRY WRONG PLACE to post... It concerns C2
     
  2. mark tomlinson

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    Any time you are asking about print quality issues you need to be a lot more specific of we are just guessing (heck, even with specific information it can be a bit of a guess).

    I assume PLA since you mentioned the small spool that comes with the C2.
    What print temperatures?
    What slicer did you use?
    What slicer settings did you use? (layer heights, etc)
    How did you start the print (from some software -- like OctoPrint, MatterControl or using the LCD)?
     
  3. PatrickB

    PatrickB New Member

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    Hi Mark,

    The printscreen hereunder gives more information
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    Try something different for print quality as a test. Not familiar with Cura, but go for a medium quality and see where that gets you.
    "Quality" is really a misnomer for the settings that these slicers change. The correct term would be "resolution" and you may not need that level of resolution for the details you have. If you DO need it then we can sort out what is in need of tuning.

    You might also want to do this testing with a smaller model :)
     

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