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  • Mar 22, 2022 Filament Notes
    Getting More Speed # Cooling High Flow nozzle Physical printer limits Change the acceleration and deceleration to 8000 and increase your printing speed in the slicer to 150mm/s for everything but travel speed and try a print. You can keep the initial layer speed low if you have adhesion problems Only once you start printing quicker will you notice what is limiting you from going even quicker. Things to look out for: Under extrusion= need higher hotend temp or a hi flow hotend Overhang curling or drooping = needs more part cooling Missing steps from the motors=bed might be too heavy so you might need to change out the glass for something lighter (G10 sheet 1.
  • Nov 7, 2021 Slicer Notes
    Note the Acceleration Filaments # Fillament Notes Printing with ABS Slicer # Cura PrusaSlicer - use AppImage SuperSlicer - use AppImage
  • Nov 7, 2021 Printing Fast with ABS
    Getting More Speed # Cooling High Flow nozzle Physical printer limits Getting Up To Speed with ABS # Too much heat cause top layer to curl Turn on ABS Part cooling fan to help with top layer warping 100% at 100% of the time helps a lot with curling of the top layer Print a “duplicate/sacraficial” part to allow top layer to cool this is not efficient, and might be better if we slow down.
  • Nov 7, 2021 Fusion 360 Getting Started
    Looked at FreedCAD, and FreeCAD RealThunder Fork not really sustainable, if RealThunder fork stops, there would be no active development current fork is not merged back to master branch. Unless this is done proactively, fork is not really sustainable Compare to Solidworks # Shortcuts + Drawing
  • Nov 7, 2021 Filament Calibration
    Steps to Calibrate New Filament # Bed Leveling Filament flow Filament temperation Extruder retraction Bridge flow calibration Calibration Printer # Pressure advance? different pressure advance for each filament
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