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It was a problem on my end, I set it back to 16mm.My tests using PETG as a support for PLA are a bit underwhelming. I do obtain crazy good surface on the PLA when peeling off, but often struggle with PLA adhesion on PETG.The adhesion is a bit too weak, it's sad bec...
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Looks like this setting is hidden in Cura for the Mark2 profile.Do you know how we could activate it ?
Do you guys know what is this witchcraft Cura 2.6.2 is doing ?Image: weird1Image: wird2Of course, it crashes the printhead...Are we supposed to set the X/Y layer start position ?Project here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgmRtaUlyi-AkatGjQ7MSffV3...
I'm experimenting with PETG as a support for PLA.Basically, there is a lot of oozing with the PETG print head.For the toolretract of tool 2, I tried "Length: 8mm; Speed: 40mm/s" but I don't feel it changes anything.
I'd like to minimize filament oozing when a head is not used, through modifying toolchange retract parameters.When I tweak those values in the printer menu while printing, it doesn't seem to change anything.Is it actually handled somewhere else (cura) ?
So... Would you say that this PP has properties similar to Nylon (but with some temperature resistance) ?
Don't fall for the borosilicate crap, it's useless for our application and will chip as easily as plain glass.You'd better buy custom cut glass in your hardware store.Should cost 2 euros and 5 minutes of your time with sanding paper.Buy a bunch for quick swap between prints.
Cool, but "Neosanding" would have been better... :-|
To summarize, it seems that the leaning problem is due to rounding errors because of the printhead 2 offset settings, when those X/Y values are not multiples of a microstep (0.0125)Am I correct ?