Filament not forming a rectangle in 1st layer calibration
 

Filament not forming a rectangle in 1st layer calibration  

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cwbullet
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You could always find someone near by to see if they can get the sheet to work.  

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Posted : 09/04/2021 3:02 am
prusanewuser
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Due to covid, it is not possible to find someone nearby to do it.

The annoying thing is for this filament, it also failed to stick on texture sheet in the middle of the print.

Posted : 11/04/2021 1:19 am
prusanewuser
(@prusanewuser)
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Due to covid, it is not possible to find someone nearby to do it.

The annoying thing is for this filament, with a perfectly made first layer calibration, it also failed to stick on a texture sheet in the middle of the print. If it is not the filament, I cannot think of other reasons.

This post was modified 1 month ago 2 times by prusanewuser
Posted : 11/04/2021 1:19 am
Peter M
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@prusanewuser

The last pictures looks better, the white spots means no sticking to bed.

Print a few squares spread over the bed, and start printing.

Start you live z to high, and lower it in little steps, then you will find the good setting.

Almost all your pictures you are to high!!!!!!!

Powder coated bed, you need to press the filament a little more in the bed the the pei sheet.

And to get a good print:

1. Clean bed, use dish soap, use a lot of hot water, and do this a few times.

2. First layer needs to be 100%

 

Extra and normally not needed:(bad filament or user settings are wrong)

Bed hotter, first layer extruder hotter.

First layer slower.

Thicker first layer.

Posted : 11/04/2021 5:34 am
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