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It’s a 3dLabGang project, you can’t expect the typical 3dLabPrint refinement. That’s why I don’t buy the Gang stuff.
You could play with the temps. What brand of filament is it?
It looks like you may have a clogged nozzle. Have you tried a cold pull?03.7.18 at 13:26 in reply to: ULTIMAKER 2 CURA 3.4.0 : can not get the settings right for Aichi M6A Seiran/Nan #34617
I recommend you use some “Retraction Prime Extra Amount”, start with .5 and see if that helps.18.6.18 at 12:07 in reply to: Annealing the Spitfire MkIX motor mount makes it shrink! #34116
I typically just leave it on the heated bed and turn up the bed temp, covering the part with a bowl. This will anneal it while it’s still stuck to the bed.
Do you have another size of rod? You could always heat up the rod and melt it in.
Man, that’s nasty. It’s strange that it starts just fine, leaves holes after a cm or two, then cleans up. Have you tried a different filament? Could this stuff be wet?
Solutech’s blue is really close to the scale Corsair. It’ll be just a tad light but it’s the closest I’ve seen.
I don’t have your hotend, but if I was to guess it looks like you are printing too fast. Also, you may want to bump up your retraction a bit. If you are slicing your own models I would recommend going to .2mm layer height.
Hmm. I don’t think that’s a problem. Do other pieces come out at the correct weight?
I usually do the first 10 layers with 2 shells then do the rest with one shell.18.5.18 at 15:14 in reply to: F2G Corsair is this a complete plane or just additional parts #32948
It’s a conversion kit, so to make the plane you need the $60 Corsair kit.
If you put more than one STL on the Cura build plate at once it randomly deletes the internal structure of some of the models. Have you tried looking at the preview in Cura using the “layers” view mode?
Where do you have the setting that controls where to set the start/stop points on the layers?
You can lower your flow percentage.
Wow, that is remarkably ugly. I use this profile for my bowden printer, give it a shot. Just make sure to have the trailing edge of the wing towards the back of the bed when you slice, so that it starts/finishes the prints on the trailing edge.
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