40mm/s speed, 5mm distance, per QIDI Tech.
That's worth a try. I'm ready to buy it if it'll work. Do you use it? I assume you can fit one roll of PLA in it: maybe by putting one drying tray on the bottom? Any other tips on how to use it? It won't make the PLA brittle to where it'll snap will it?airscapes wrote: ↑Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:49 amBuy one of these, dry you PLA over night at 135-140F and your strings will be gone.. Also works for ABS at 165F When not drying plastic, you can make jerky!
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Sure. That's the stl I've been using. I've attached the factory file. After many iterations, the attached produces the best results I can get with vertical lift enabled. Without vertical lift, I get no stringing but with vertical lift on (as it is in the attached factory file), I get stringing. Again, this factory file is the best I've been able to do so far as it nearly eliminates the stringing on the bottom half of the posts. But I still get stringing on every move on the top half where the posts are skinnier. My presumption there is that I get stringing on the top half because the posts are so skinny that there's not enough area to use to wipe the nozzle.