- Printing speed: 50 mm/s.
- Layer height: 0.12 mm.
- Print temperature: 200 °C.
- Printing bed temperature: 50 °C.
- Retraction: 6 mm at 25 mm/s.
- Infill: 20 %
- Initial fan speed: 0.
- Speed of the first layer: 20 mm/s.
How do I make my Cura smooth?
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How do I change my Cura support settings?
- When you first open Cura, click “Custom” under “Print settings”. Here, you can adjust settings that are otherwise hidden under the “Recommended” settings.
- Left-click on the menu (three lines to the right of the Search bar) and select “Manage Setting Visibility…”
- Select “Check all”.
What is the best layer height in Cura?
A good layer height that works in most situations is 0.2mm. That is what the typical layer thickness is for 3D printing since the default nozzle is 0.4mm and a good rule is to use around 50% of the nozzle diameter as the layer height.
What is a good initial layer height?
Summary. Initial Layer Height: For a 0.2-mm layer height, you can keep this at 0.24 mm or 0.28 mm. Initial Layer Width: For a 0.4-mm layer width, adjust this to around 0.44 mm or even 0.48 mm.
What happens if layer height is too low?
If your layer height is too low for the printer nozzle’s diameter, it will struggle to push out the filament, but if it’s too high the layers won’t stick together. A good rule of thumb is to keep your layer height between 25% and 75% of the printer nozzle’s diameter.
How do I change print quality in Cura?
- Select the model you would like to have an adjusted print strategy to open the model toolbar on the left side of the screen.
- Select the ‘per model settings’ tool to adjust its print settings.
What is a good initial layer speed?
In general, you want the speed of your first layer to be reduced, typically 30-50% speed, to allow extra time for the filament to gain contact with the bed and stick. The First Layer Height determines the thickness of the first layer that is printed on the bed.
How do you make a 3D printer smoother?
- Sanding. The most common method for smoothing PLA prints is sanding.
- Epoxy resin.
- Vapor smoothing.
- Heat gun smoothing.
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