Hey, I am new to 3d printing and I’ve been playing around with my new Taz 5. The things prints flawlessly at 0.25 layer height.
I was wanting to start branching out into high detail high resolution prints. I see that it can print as low as 0.1mm layers with the 0.5 nozzle. I tried a print and it was less than optimal. Some of it turned out ok, but I was getting what appeared like a extra drooping filament where I wasn’t supposed to such as internally between the cross hatching and drooping on over hangs. I have attached pictures. What is this? Am I printing to hot? To much flow?
I tried doing research and I found some stuff regarding calibrating line width to layer height with a 1.4 ratio… I dont even know if this is my issue. How do I go about calibrating such a thing? The only advice I found was to print a hollow cube with only a 1 pass shell. Measuring this and then adjusting the flow to compensate… Except I don’t even know how to print only a 1 pass shell as anything I try always does 2 passes.
Has anyone tried printing at 0.1 layer height before? Can it reasonably be done? What were your settings?
Thanks for your help and sorry for the bad image quality.