kabali16 wrote:However, if you see too much overlap between the roads of plastic, you can turn up the width to 0.48.
You did'nt understood what BaronWilliams said:
BaronWilliams wrote:Likewise, If lines are printed too thick and are overlapping each other, adjusting either Extrusion Width or Layer Height will NOT fix the problem. For example, if you have a 20% overlap between walls, and you make your Extrusion Width smaller, your overlap will still be 20%, but will now be a smaller overlap because your lines are now smaller and closer together (the print resolution is higher). You didn't get rid of the overlap, you just shrunk the lines, and the line spacing, so the 20% overlap appears thinner, but is still there at 20%.
My question in this thread here:
As I see the actual nozzle diameter is very important. How do I measure that? I hope there are some print test to get the actaul size.