Why is it that whenever something doesn't do what the user wants, then it's got to be a bug???I could be wrong about that, but regarding the supports I had a better outcome but even with the reinforcement at the base a few of the tall supports fell over at the back. Are we sure this isn't a bug?
Are you serious? If not a bug, not a strong aspect of S3D considering I had already reinforced them with boxes. If they are too tall to print then isn't that the programs function to make sure they do. At the very minimum I shouldn't have to even worry about supports falling over. Other slicers Ive used they are welded to the raft, as they should be.Why is it that whenever something doesn't do what the user wants, then it's got to be a bug???
+1 to this. I had an issue with supports curling up. I saw Doug post this in another article and it definetly solved that problem.dkightley wrote:These supports fell over because they were tall, thin and not strong enough. You can't do anything about height, but they can be made thicker by adding some inflation distance and stronger by adding infill angles. A simple angle pattern is: 45, 45, 45, 45, 45, -45. This give one support layer in six at 90 degrees....an amazing increase in strength.