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Improving print quality

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting' started by Lance Weston, Jun 29, 2021.

  1. Lance Weston

    Lance Weston Active Member

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    I originally was using filament I could print very slowly (25-30mm/s) to get high quality output. I found that many filaments did not print below 45mm/s. I found that the printing problem was acceleration control not speed. I went to the options on the LCD display and set the accelerations to 400/500/500. This was a pretty big drop in acceleration but allowed me to print at 70mm/sec. I could now use any filament and print at a speed of 70mm/s with high quality finish. My prints take about 20% longer but the output is worth it.
     
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    Robo has always (on all models) had those numbers defaulted to "stupid" (the original R1 was at 9000 for all of them -- hence the stupid part)
     

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