So I’ve been battling initial layer squish on one our university’s TAZ6 Units. I wet sanded the bed and prepped it as instructed by a Lulzbot tech support person. I reset my Z offset the other day and did a few test prints- and… they were STINKING FANTASTIC!! So excited to have those first layers have squish and adhere well.
So then last night I ran a three piece print (where each piece was larger than my initial test pieces) and I ended up in delamination on all three pieces. One of them worse than the others, but all of them had it. Wish I’d have thought to take pictures but I didn’t.
My question is - now that I have my z offset dialed in and I like that first layer squish - what do I have to adjust to get my lamination issue dealt with? Is this an e-step issue? Is this and extrustion percentage issue or rate issue? I have no idea. And I am frustrated because I have students waiting to print.
Thanks for any help or input.