Hello all, I just upgraded my PC to a new one with Windows 10, so I thought it a good opportunity to upgrade Cura. I was previously using the very old version that came with the Taz. I have installed the very latest Cura for Lulztbot version 3.6.13
I print everything in ABS. I have always selected “ABS Village Plastics” as the material. It has the 0.5mm bead head. I have always printed 255 head temp, 110 bed. 20% infill. I print often in “high quality”.
I have flashed the firmware and the PC is talking to the printer. But I am having trouble with print quality. It doesn’t adhere to the plate very well, and the part I managed to sort of print appeared very thin and fragile.
When it extrudes to me it doesn’t look like the bead is thick enough, its almost as if the drive wheel is turning slower than it used too?
So while I was at work today I had another go.
There is just no adhesion between any of the layers etc at all, I could literally snap the part in half in my hand. It also feels really light.
So I decided to weigh a part I literally printed two days ago with the old Cura, its 50grams. the part I did today was half that at 25 grams. For the same part??? Thats using the same roll of filament btw.
I started the old computer and started the old Cura and tried to compare the setting to the new one and I cant see anything obliviously different.
Please help, I need to get the printer back in action as orders are banking up.
Is there a way to flash the firmware on the printer back to how it was before?