Bite my shiny resin ass...

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Chris Botha
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Bite my shiny resin ass...

Post#1 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 2:43 am

Set a tutorial video up for the kid. Once he was done we printed it. Came up ok except for really bad Z banding around the solid chest area.. guessign its worth hollowing these things.. maybe easier on my PDMS too..

The tearaway supports worked real good fwiw.

Vid tutorial (kid level) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMjMJie ... e=youtu.be

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Matrix8.0, Rhino5, 3DCoat4, 5 Axis MinitechMinimill2, Envisiontech Perfactory, B9 1.2.
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Robert Howle
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Re: Bite my shiny resin ass...

Post#2 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 3:25 pm

What xy and Z? The more an object tapers in the z direction the more "stepping" will be seen. Remember u are stacking layers. Larger changes in the size of the "footprint" of the next layer will show layering more in the case of your tapered cylinder. Thinner layers help but will not eliminate some stepping lines. Great calibration also helps to a degree.

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Chris Botha
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Re: Bite my shiny resin ass...

Post#3 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:55 pm

50XY 40Z
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Robert Howle
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Re: Bite my shiny resin ass...

Post#4 » Thu Jul 07, 2016 8:17 pm

If u are printing on the v1.2 then try the print at 30 xy and 30 or 25 z depending on the resin selected. You are just trading print time.

If on the v1.1 then 50 xy and 31.(don't remember two digits).

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Re: Bite my shiny resin ass...

Post#5 » Thu Dec 08, 2016 4:55 pm

Robert Howle wrote:What xy and Z? The more an object tapers in the z direction the more "stepping" will be seen. Remember u are stacking layers. Larger changes in the size of the "footprint" of the next layer will show layering more in the case of your tapered cylinder. Thinner layers help but will not eliminate some stepping lines. Great calibration also helps to a degree.

Robert

What I always show to my clients when they complain over some stairlines (when printed in 30xy and 25-35z) is this drawing. Should be viewed in full 100% scale and examined closely to monitor. It kinda explains it all more visually which is psychologically way simpler for a human being, of course if we are talking about human beings here, not robots (sorry Bender, he-he).

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