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JohnMiller
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Waves - print vibrations rear part of a piece

Hi, I have some print problems on the back right side of this piece, both outside walls and inside walls.I have also added a second image, where you can see that inner there is a horizontal line just in the middle of the rear side.

Print details:

  • - I attach the 3mf file (zip)
  • - PLA
  • - Ender 3 Max Neo

Thank you in advance.

 

This topic was modified 3 months ago 3 times by JohnMiller
Posted : 03/12/2023 1:12 pm
JohnMiller
(@johnmiller)
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Waves - print vibrations rear part of a piece

Hi, anyone that could help me to solve my problem? I will appreciate it 😀

Posted : 08/12/2023 10:14 pm
Diem
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I don't know your machine so these comments are general.

All your walls are very thin, most at 1.2mm some under 1mm.  This leaves room for no more than three extrusions and no place for error ...

Where an internal wall runs at right angles and thermal contraction pulls inward the thin walls are distorted all the way through.  Some of the rippling *might* be due to uncompensated thermal contraction in one perimeter leaving fractionally less room for the adjacent extrusion .. but I guess.

My first test would be to reprint with 2mm - 2.4mm thick walls.

Cheerio,

Posted : 09/12/2023 5:58 am
JohnMiller
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Waves - print vibrations rear part of a piece

@diem thank you very much for your answer but I think the problem isn't wall's thickness because I rotated the piece 180 degrees and the are no more waves at this rear part of the piece

Posted : 12/12/2023 11:38 am
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