Printing quality depends on several factors, one of them being the resolution settings. BEESOFT offers four different print quality settings: Low, Medium, High and High+.
The current 3D printing modes are:
- Low: this is the setting to choose for quickest prints. As the name suggests, this option will also produce less refined prints.
- Medium: This is the best balance between speed and quality. It’s a good setting for prints that may need some detail, but can’t take too long.
- High: These prints will take longer, but yield much finer-detailed results.
- High+: The latest setting with 0,05 mm layer thickness.
This option controls an automatic feature that creates an internal frame that helps strengthen the printed object. The higher the density, the stronger the final object, albeit heavier and more filament-hungry.
There are three default density settings (Low, Medium and High), but advanced options as well, where users can choose if they want no internal structure (0%) or a completely solid object (100%). Never forget, the higher the density, the more filament your printer will use!