KC_703
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Re: Is there a way to slow down the X/Y printing during fill

Wed Apr 20, 2016 1:52 am

Maybe that's the lowest layer height recommended for the machine. Getting under .1 is ambitious for any FDM machine. If you're trying to achieve a smooth as glass finish... that's better achieved with a SLA type printer.

Looking at the print from the other machine, its not completely artifact free... it may be a little better than the current machine. But honestly, both prints are pretty good. My eye may not be the best for critique of fine surface finish... I usually print at .3 layer height with a .5 nozzle because I'm impatient. :)

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Re: Is there a way to slow down the X/Y printing during fill

Wed Apr 20, 2016 10:08 am

I hear yeah... these parts and other things are going out to friends and clients so I want them to look the best! ;)

I can wait awhile for them to print but everyone on here has been awesome at helping me through all this and my first steps at S3D!

It's an amazing program! 8-)

Thanks again for all your help everyone and I hope to contribute myself!

Jason

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