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Jun 28, 2022
In 3D Printing
Hi everyone. I've started printing my dungeon floor tiles and they've been coming out with globs of PLA on certain areas of the tile. They sort of look like pools or scabs. The image is below the cura settings. Does anyone know how to avoid this? I've turned off ironing and the same thing happens. Here's my setup: Creality Ender 3 V2 CR Touch autobed leveler eSUN PLA+ Black 1kg Settings Cura 5.0: Standard Quality-Layer height: 0.2 mm -Wall thickness: 0.8 mm -Wall line count: 2 -Horizontal expansion: 0 -Top/bottom thickness: 0.8 mm -Top Thickness: 0.8 mm -Top layers: 4 -Bottom thickness: 0.8 mm -Bottom layers: 4 -Infill: 20% -Infill pattern: cubic -Printing temperature: 210 celsius -Build plate temp: 50 celsius -Print Speed: 50 mm/s -Retraction enabled -Ironing enabled -Pattern: Zig Zag -Line spacing: 0.1 mm -Ironing flow: 10% -Ironing inset: 0.38 -Ironing speed: 16.666
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Jun 28, 2022
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I'm fairly new with 3D printing and am starting to print my tiles. Is it recommended to print floor tiles once at a time or multiple at once?
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