Voronoi Pattern Printing without strings possible?
you don't give us any information about materials or settings or which slicer you are using.
are you using a standard Prusa filament profile?
could you save the project as a Project file, in Prusa Slicer, then ZIP compress the project file, and attach the zip file to your next post please
in the mean time, as a complete guess, you could try reducing the nozzle temperature.
thanks for your reply, I attached the project. I want to print with PLA from Filamentworld...
what is the difference between Generic PLA and Prusament PLA? I guesses since it is not original from Prusament, I should use Generic.
when I loaded your Project file, and sliced the project, as presented
I noted that the Voroni band was 250mm long and orientated across the the X axis.
as expected this gave an error message during slicing.
so I rotated the band to be diagonal on the build plate, and the file sliced OK.
your picture shows a lot of travel moves, but the file you sent has avoid crossing perimeters set, which reduces the potential travel moves and stringing significantly.
In the top left corner is a section of the picture you showed in your first post )this appears to be, before you selected 'Avoid Crossing Perimeters'
the right hand side of the picture shows the results I got with your project file, after I rotated the model to be diagonal. there are very few crossings of openings and little chance of stringing..
why don't you try the file I have modified and returned in this post...
I note that you have turned off infill, and chosen only one perimeter, for your model, will this make the model fragile?
thanks for your reply. I used your project file and sliced it, and the same crossings occured... I updated the software to latest version and now it works! i found this thread on it: https://forum.prusaprinters.org/forum/prusaslicer/avoid-crossing-perimeters-doesnt-work/ and realized I had this old version installed...
thanks so far, now I'm trying to improve the print quality...
is there a reason that you chose only one perimeter...?
more perimeters may give a stronger print.
I like your new smiley picture,