[COMMUNITY] Share your beeprusa settings here :)

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Benji
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Re: share your beeprusa settings here :)

Post by Benji » 24 Nov 2015, 19:20

Hello Halford

thank you so much for your advice.
It works great. I think the problem was that speed for the infill etc. was to high.
Could you please explain, how do you export the printer settings? I would like to post my settings.
Sorry but I am ab big newbie.
But so far, thank you so much :-)

Best wishes

Benji

And a little photo:

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lok1614
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Re: share your beeprusa settings here :)

Post by lok1614 » 29 Nov 2015, 14:29

YEAHHH :lol:

Thanks for sharing your settings Halford.. I finished my printer in october and have a lot of experimenting behind.
Non of my experiments has been satisfied. Calibration after calibration and my layers do not seem smooth.
I have copied your setting in cura and YEAHH i have acceptable layers :-)
Now i am very curries about your fine settings.

@Benji just copy the text, open notepad and past the text. Save the file as "setting halford.ini"
open cura and go to file and select Open Profile.. , chose the file "setting halford.ini" and now you should have the settings of halford.
Beware the settings does not make a solid bottom, so when you need it select this in the expert settings.
Succes

Peter

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Share your beeprusa settings here :)

Post by HALFORD » 18 Jan 2016, 07:33

Glad you have a succesfull print.
As stated these are BASIC settings and should be changed/tweaked to your machine.
Start off with settings for Low resolution 0.30mm get these right and save them as a profile.
Then move to MEDIUM resolution at 0.15mm, ajust as required save profile out using different name.
Finally move to HIGH resolution at 0.05/0.1 and save out another profile name.
Now you should have 3 profile files LOW 0.3 , MEDIUM 0.15, HIGH 0.05 to load into cura when you start a project.
Pick the profile that suits the part to print.

You may also find you need to save a profile for different filament colours or types to do with tempreture changes for the hot end and bed adhesion.
Happy Prints :D

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Share your beeprusa settings here :)

Post by HALFORD » 18 Jan 2016, 07:48

Lok1614 What experiments do you have that have not been satisfied?

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Share your beeprusa settings here :)

Post by lok1614 » 30 Jan 2016, 17:05

Hello Halford,

Still have some issues, when i print something without support or infil i get a smooth outside, however when i print with support or infill it seems that on the outside it skips layers. It do not matter what slicer i use, cura, slic3r and simply3d (via a mate)

The red cabine looks fine.Image

But the other part is not smoot. Image

Is not only with this desgine, i have tried al lot :roll:

still puzzeling ....

Greetings Peter

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Share your beeprusa settings here :)

Post by HALFORD » 30 Jan 2016, 18:49

Lok1614, try this first. Turn the part over on the bed by 90 degrees.
This will give you more surface area on the bed (rule 1) and longer XY moves more time for the layer to layer to cure.
Also look at reducing retraction no more than 2mm @ 20mm/s should be ok, this will certainly help with "blobs". Are you lubricating the filament?

Happy prints :D

PedroXeneta
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Re: [COMMUNITY] Share your beeprusa settings here :)

Post by PedroXeneta » 26 Mar 2017, 02:47

Como falado num tópico no grupo d comunidade no facebook, partilho alguns dos perfis que usamos nas nossas HELLOBEEPRUSA.

Usamos mais vezes o Simplify3D, contudo também usamos o CURA.

Mais importante que isso, apenas usamos um extrusor, e este pode ser um ponto relevante para algumas pessoas.

S3D
http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=19 ... 8930595596

CURA
http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=753 ... 7706028040

É claro que estes profiles não dão para todo o tipo de impressões sem ajustes.
Algo mais relevante no caso do S3D em que os parâmetros de retracção devem ser alterados conforme o tipo de impressões.

Espero que seja útil, pelo menos, como base para começar

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