So I cobbed together an enclosure for my TAZ4 out of cardboard. It seems to have helped my ABS prints, but I still have a few nagging issues.Please see the attached photos. I do kinda like the white ABS.
So hopefully you can easily see the cracks. A ~14 hour print job and I end up with a very delicate part just waiting to split into pieces.
How can I remedy this issue? Do I need to add an actual heater to my enclosure to raise the temperature even more in there?
I printed with the Lulzbot provided medium ABS profile. I added a 5mm brim and dropped the extrusion multiplier down to 0.9 from the default 1.0. Infill was honeycomb rather than rectilinear. Dropped fill density down to 30%.
So what can I do? 90% of the layers have bonded very VERY nicely. It’s just a few spots, and one of them pretty much delaminates completely through to the center. I could easily break off the bottom portion of this funnel with a little more than a sneeze and a hiccup.
Do I just live with this and get out some super-glue?
By the way, the height of this is 3.75 inches. Diameter at top is 4.5 inches. Diameter at bottom is 5.7 inches.
My most ambitious part to date.
Thanks in advance for any and all tips and help provided.