- On the very first layer, the perimeter was deposited, then the nozzled moved to the start position of the infill, and there was some stringing/ooze on the way. Then when infill was printed, nothing came out for a bit, so the corner on the first layer had no infill. Perhaps there's a retraction issue? I haven't changed those settings.
- There's no fan use during print? And I can't see any intelligent fan cooling, it's either on the whole time (including on the first layer), or off.
- Two of the corners curled up.
- The side corners are untidy and have lots of small holes.
- The infill looked untidy as it was being printed.
- The top has lots of holes, mostly quite close to the perimeters.
After I printed the part, I enabled the cooling fan in the config and sliced again, and when the slicing was done and I loaded the preview, I got the exception:
And then the program died - but I had a print running. That is, my print was fortunately complete, my end.gcode hadn't finished yet. So it turns out that a drawback to one integrated program is that it's hazardous to use it during prints.The following exception was encountered. Please restart the program.