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Koby
 Koby
(@koby)
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Printing problem - help needed

Hi to all. I recently switched from simplify 3d to prusa slicer. Im amazed how good this slicer is but i have some problems using it. 

When im printing multiple objects with thin walls it sometimes mess my inner perimeter, and i dont know why. Interesting if i set full bed of crosses (for example) it will always fail on exact same model at exact same place. I suppose it is just some setting in slicer but i dont know which one.  I forgot to mention that im using default prusa profile for ender 3 v2 and prusa slicer 2.4.0

Posted : 30/11/2021 7:10 pm
Milos V.
(@milos-v)
Prominent Member
RE: Printing problem - help needed

Is the inner perimeter corrupted from the very beginning or from some height? On the side to print bed there are still clearly visible two perimeters?

Posted : 30/11/2021 9:48 pm
Area51
(@area51)
RE: Printing problem - help needed

I suspect that there is a gap between inner and outer perimeter and layer height combined with printing width is not enough to make the layers bind together.

Without the zipped project file is is just a guess. To get better help in the forum, zip the PrusaSlicer project file (Save project as...) and upload it to the forum.

To get the gaps filled, activate "fill gaps" and/or activate "detect thin walls" that could help. Another solution could be to adjust extrusion width for perimeter to fill the gap.

Have a look at my models on Printables.com 😉

Posted : 30/11/2021 11:03 pm
Swiss_Cheese
(@swiss_cheese)
Noble Member

@koby

 

If you can post a Zipped up .3mf project file from Prusa slicer, I will take a look at it and see if I can help. you must, Zip the .3mf in order for the forums file server to accept it.

It would also be helpful to know what type and brand of filament you are trying to print with, we don't read minds.

 

good Luck

 

Swiss_Cheese

The Filament Whisperer

Posted : 01/12/2021 1:55 am
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