I was able to get a large print done last night (14 hrs) see attached. I was very happy with this 1st go round.
I was wondering if anyone could identify for me the parameters to focus on to produce the nice quality detail that is evident in the Sasquatch head print.
This print 1st posted out at 17 hrs 25 minutes so I adjusted the feeds and was able to reduce the run time. I increased the rapids and the print moves but it was scary towards the end when the part was over 7” tall and the little area fill moves were violent. I don’t know how it stayed secure. Is there a way to keep the feeds high for long distance print travels and then ramp them down near the ends so there transitions are not so violent? In MasterCam, Surfcam, Pro/Man and so on there is a ramp up / ramp down function that slows the cutter feed when preparing to change direction. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.