Bowed at Base, Overheating?  

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TheyCallMeJohn
(@theycallmejohn)
Eminent Member

Hello All,

Hoping for a little advice on this print. Haven't had issues in the past with my old printer when I printed fast in batches. 

As you could see from the photo there is lot of deformation at the base. This is suppose to be a rectangular tube. These are printed in ABS with the PRUSA ABS FAST setting other than a Brim added and bed temperature a consistent 210. Additionally this is in an enclosure. I was thinking maybe cranking the fan on the hotend up to max?

Normally I would play around with the setting but I am kind of on a time crunch. 

Posted : 10/04/2020 4:12 pm
RHDreambox
(@rhdreambox)
Prominent Member

I guess the bed temperature is 110°C, 210°C is completely crazy.

Bear MK3 with Bondtech extruder...
Posted : 14/04/2020 2:03 pm
TheyCallMeJohn
(@theycallmejohn)
Eminent Member

@rhdreambox

Yes you are correct.

Posted : 21/04/2020 7:22 pm
TheyCallMeJohn
(@theycallmejohn)
Eminent Member

Turning the nozzle fan on solved the problem. Don't know why Prusa's default setting have it off. 

Posted : 21/04/2020 7:22 pm
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