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Test print for Ultimaker 2
It tests calibration and print speed 1. Open model 2.Load gcode to scene 3.Save 4.Print3D printer parts and enhancements
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230 temp, transparent PLA, i've made test print to know, is everything alright
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And this only works for 0.4mm nozzle correct? For different nozzles a different file would need to be sliced, correct?
Hi Arthur, how did you make this? Do you have any links to resources explaining how to slice a model so that you have different settings at different layers/heights? What layer height is this set to print with? I looked at the gcode and it looks like it prints with 0.25 layer heights. So is it correct to say that your speed settings in your slicer where 30mm/s, 40mm/s, 50mm/s, 60mm/s .... etc... all the way up to 100mm/s? Thanks for the help.
Great thing, except for it not continuing further, which might be useful today?
Also, upon finishing the tube, it got wierd, and my UM2+ did a wierd sound as if stuck. I had to cut power temporarly to reboot it. Wierd. Surely my poor machines fault though.
I'll try this again shortly, with my smaller nozzles, just out of extreme curiosity!
Will this work with UM3?
- Printed on:
- Ultimaker - The Ultimaker 2
- Result is as seen in the photo. Although my printer isn't really well calibrated/tuned.
- Printed on:
- ultimaker 2
- Perfect Results
- Using a Flex3Drive and a Olsson Block