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Petko Ganachev

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Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
Stacking didn't work with the PTEG filament I'm using at all, even using the model with a solid splash guard from our volunteer. @redheadmaker make sure it works ok by printing the first 2 units in the stack then stopping the print before you leave it on over night to validate that it works with your printer and filament. would be a shame to waste a 1/4 of a roll of filament overnight.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
@icmyip that version slices fine with no supports in prusaslicer 2.2.0. I'm concerned about the bridging of the splash guard section however. The design our volunteer made turned that in to a solid section, only adds 2 grams of materials per frame, and still splits apart perfectly fine.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
Icmyip I was refering to the prusa RC3 stacked file. https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/27267 PrusaSlicer will not slice the Stratasys stack that's on here without supports either.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
Thank you Icmyip, I assumed you had it designed like the prusa stack with supports already built in. will try once my current print is done. Slices fine with supports.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
lcmyip's design gives an empty layer error in PrusaSlicer, any way to get around that? Also, one of our members created this design, same issue however should be easier to print since the splash shield will have some support when printing the next one. it printed very well for the person that posted it. (scale to 10% of original size to print correct dimentions. https://www.dropbox.com/s/3hfuudkveahqxe7/double%20stack%203dverkstan%20frames.obj?dl=0
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
We are printing these in British Columbia Canada for our medical professionals. Working on getting Health Authority Approval. One of our volunteers has successfully printed 2 of them stacked. Will share here once we confirm with a few printers that it works for sure. Pictures looked good. This is our current most optimized print settings for Prusa Printers. 2 units printed in 53 minutes with a 0.4mm nozzle: https://slack-files.com/T010V0KE0DT-F010ZSC8EVB-eadb04c9b4 You can find our group at https://help.colors3d.com