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Topic: Cuddling Owls example... (Read 61 times) previous topic - next topic

Cuddling Owls example...
Here is an example of the Cuddling Owls from 101land with different parameters.
The right owls are one of my first prints with the original file from 101land. The left owls (after swapping two pylons) are printed with slower travel speed (all F840 -> 14mm/s in the file are exchanged with F600 -> 10mm/s). Additionally a fan was running at the left side owls.
As you can see, the right owls are a bit compressed in height and we have a lot of layer shifts. Cooling with a bit of air flow makes the quality a lot better. Printing with lower speed avoids layer shift.

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Re: Cuddling Owls example...
Reply #1
Why did you swap the pylons around, was it printing backwards.

The slower speed and fan definitely seems to have had a good effect. 

Re: Cuddling Owls example...
Reply #2
Why did you swap the pylons around, was it printing backwards.
Yes, my X-axis was mirrored, so i have to swap the appropriate pylons...