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Tango
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Over a day and a half to print this?!?
So far I've adjusted the z-adjust and I've printed the treefrog. Yes, I really am new and trying to figure it all out. I wanted to make a Tardis pen holder for my wife for her new office. (We're buying a business and she's going to be managing it within the week.) I downloaded the 2nd version of this Tardis pen holder and imported the STL file into PrusaSlicer (using the version, on Linux, that I just downloaded last week). It came out positioned on the side, so I rotated it 90 degrees so it was positioned on the base. Then I sliced it and it says it'll take over 1 day and 18 hours to print. Is this correct? Is there a way to shorten it or are there settings I don't know about yet?
Publié : 27/06/2022 11:03 pm
jsw
 jsw
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RE: Over a day and a half to print this?!?

I get 10 hours and 51 minutes, slicing at .2mm layers.  That looks typical for that size of a print on the I3 series.

Publié : 28/06/2022 12:59 am
Tango
(@tango)
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Over a day and a half to print this?!?

I also looked things over and realized I imported it as an STL file with imperial measurements. When I imported it using the other option that accepted STL files, it came up with 14 hours. I'll do that and change to .2mm layers.

Thanks!

Publié : 28/06/2022 3:33 am
Tango
(@tango)
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Over a day and a half to print this?!?

I ran into another issue with this object. I've posted that in a separate thread because it seems to be to be a completely different issue.

Publié : 28/06/2022 4:19 am
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