Bungee winglet ends fail

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  • #1417454
    Steven verver
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    Hi I’m trying to print the Bungee (no prop version) on a Prusa MK3 using Colorfabb LW-PLA.
    I’m printing the original GCodes (bungee_wing_L1.gcode and bungee_wing_L2.gcode)
    At the end of the winglets the print disintegrates into a web of loose filament, see photo’s attached.
    I have tried slowing the print speed to 50% but to no avail.
    What can I do to solve this?

    #1417455
    Steven verver
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    2nd attemp with image

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    #1417517
    Hendrik Klumpe
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    i have the same problem and still no solution! would be very grateful for any help!

    #1417870
    mirek13
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    Hello, the same problem on my printer prusa MK3s with LW-PLA. Have you got any recommendation how to solve it?

    #1418575
    jonathan.edrupt
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    Hi, I am having exactly the same issue, my printer is Prusa i3 MK3 using LW-PLA, very fustrating, please help…

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    #1442287
    Marek Vejšický
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    Hi, what temperature did you print with? I had to lower temperature on most of prints with LW-PLA. Some gcodes for Bungeeprop have set 250°C and they were failing even on spots without overhangs. I had to go to 230°C and then to 225°C, but part fuselage6 did not come out well even with 225°C

    #1442313
    Marek Vejšický
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    my results

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    #1442378
    Marek Vejšický
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    .. in yt video is said cooling should be switched ON, when printing tips of winglets

    #1442841
    Marek Vejšický
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    … if you look at official pictures of Bungee closely, you will see failed winglets too 🙂

    #1454006
    cardonadaniel333
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    .. in yt video is said cooling should be switched ON, when printing tips of winglets

    So are you saying that I should leave the cooling fan on during the whole print?
    I too had several issues with the G-Codes and my prints came near perfect with Nozzle temp at 233°C to 235
    part 6 of the fuselage came perfectly at 233 and I’m using the PRUSA MK3s+

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