I have a good FFF for the TAZ… What problems are you experiencing with ABS? Maybe I can help tweak the S3D profile…
One key is to turn the fan down or completely off… or better vary the fan speed throughout the print according print height. I like to start with the fan off and turn it to 30-40% after ~3mm (calculate according to your layer height). Leave at this fan level or increase the cooling to 50-60% higher in the print… ~15-20mm. Don’t go past 60%, unless bridging gaps.
Well… as I started this, I realized that all the other advice is common ABS printing tips… brim (5-10mm to mitigate warping), z-offset (reduce flaring/squash after auto-level), shell thickness (reduce warping), print ABS a degree or two hot (mitigate delamination). So the only real S3D specific parameters is tweaking the speed settings. An exterior % of ~2500mm/min leaves a nice finish usually. Lower the multiplier to 90-95%, increase infill overlap to 30% (seems to help with curved overhang).
I heard good things about their visual guide to troubleshooting prints… Ultimaker has a good print troubleshooting guide too.
Export and post the FFF, I’ll load it up and see if I’ve got other ideas to improve prints. And of course the disclaimer is, that everyone’s printing environment is different so its really learning how to remedy the problems.