Hello to all,
I’m trying to make sense and understand the math behind slicer and figure out the minimum wall thickness that slic3r will print with my configuration. I am currently running a 0.25mm nozzle, 0.2mm layer height and I am showing a default extrusion width of 0.25mm under the advanced printer settings.
Now if I am understanding this correctly the minimum thickness I can print is 0.25mm. Anything thinner slic3r will ignore because it will be smaller than a single pass of the extruder. If the thickness is 1.5x the 0.25mm that wall would come out to be 0.25 because slic3r will tell it to make a single pass. If the thickness is 2x (0.5mm) then slicer will make two passes to make the correct thickness.
I’m trying to figure out why my printer is having issues with the center wall (0.25mm thk) wall in the picture. The part is upside down from how it printed. It looks like the first layers are good and then falls apart as the print continued.