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Baumann
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how to get consistant layer times (like BambuStudio)

I recently discovered a difference between prusa slicer and bambu studio (default settings) and wanted to ask if this is possible in prusa too.

when I  make a custom profile in prusa slicer (2,7), I mostly use a dedicated speed, i.e. 60mm/s, this has the outcome that layer times for most layers are different

(I wonder why prusa slicer is not homogenous with this sphere)

when I slice this with my bambu studio by default layer times am mostly identical

I was able to find a setting which slows down the print if layer time is above a specific value, but in this case I always have to do calculations especially for every print.

Is there a setting which does this automatically like bambu ?

Posted : 17/06/2024 3:22 pm
BaconFase
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RE: how to get consistant layer times (like BambuStudio)

If I use all default settings not-IS i get something that matches your second image.

If I use all default settings with IS I get something that looks like your first image.

So I suspect your custom settings between the two slicers are not as equal as you think they are.

XL-5T, MK3S MMU3 || GUIDE: How to print with multiple-nozzlesizes do read updated replies || PrusaSlicer Fork with some flags removed || How Feasible is Printing PETG for PLA supports on XL very

Posted : 18/06/2024 10:08 pm
Diem
 Diem
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The area printed per layer near the 'poles'of the sphere is considerably less than at the equator.  Why would you expect the times to be similar?

SLA printers that expose a whole layer at a time are naturally constant speed.

Cheerio,

Posted : 19/06/2024 12:42 am
Baumann
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Topic starter answered:
RE: how to get consistant layer times (like BambuStudio)

@ BaconFase

what is not-IS i or with IS I?

 

@Diem

yes you are right the poles are much slower, but in general bambu does this to most of the lines, besides extreme values

Posted : 20/06/2024 6:58 am
BaconFase
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RE: how to get consistant layer times (like BambuStudio)

IS = Input Shaper

 

XL-5T, MK3S MMU3 || GUIDE: How to print with multiple-nozzlesizes do read updated replies || PrusaSlicer Fork with some flags removed || How Feasible is Printing PETG for PLA supports on XL very

Posted : 20/06/2024 3:06 pm
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