I’m really struggling to get my mini to print ABS with the same quality as the standard Cura ABS profile. I’d really like to use S3D because their support structure method is much better IMHO. I tried to match the Cura settings as closely as possible but I’m not quite there yet.
I’m printing a curved surface. The outside almost looks like I’m not printing enough material in certain areas (I tried bumping up my flow rate a bit and it didn’t seem to help.
On the inside of the curve, I can’t decide if it’s ringing or what.
I changed the X/Y motion to 10500mm/min to match Cura which seemed to fix the blobs and zits I was having , but now this issue has arisen. What X/Y speed (travel) speed, Print speed, and outer shell speed do you all use for your S3D ABS profile?
Here is a Cura standard print of the same object:
I can post my FFF file later tonight after work. I was just hoping someone might recognize the ringing defect and what I should go try changing to try to improve it. My gut tells me it’s a speed related issue, but my current print speed in S3D is 1800 mm/min, Cura is 3000mm/min. You wouldn’t think speed would be an issue here. Could the gap fill maneuver cause this? I recently changed the infill overlap to 30% in order to get S3D to bridge gaps correctly and not leave open voids.