I own a Taz4, I’m a NOOB and still getting started. I just finished a print (AdaFruit’s pocket galaxy - https://learn.adafruit.com/pocket-galaxy). The print came out OK, but not great - there are some rough edges and sides, and there are places where some extra material built up.
Before I get to the results, here’s my setup:
White ABS (purchased from Lulzbot)
The software I’m running is the Lulzbot version of Cura.
Before I printed, I heated up the nozzle to 230 and the bed to 85.
When I printed in Cura, I set the material to ABS and the quality level to high.
Here are some images of the print:
Also, before I printed, I made sure the nozzle was clean.
After the print was finished there was a buildup of material on the nozzle (this isn’t the first time there has been buildup at the end of a print, but it doesn’t seem to happen after every print either)
As I mentioned, I’m new to 3D printing and still getting my feet wet. Maybe this is normal and to be expected, but I thought I’d reach out and see if it’s normal, and if there’s anything that can be done to improve the results I’m getting.