If you’ve seen any of my other posts you will see I’ve spent most of my A350 life trying to work through issues. However, I’ve reached a point that I think I can try printing something a bit more than a calibration cube or benchy
So going for this awesome Flying Sea Turtle.
I don’t have any nice monitoring setup like Octoprint so helpfully it all goes well.
Layer Height: 0.16mm
Flow Rate: 90%
Default Printing Speed: 30 mm/s
Hotend: 195C / Bed: 60C
No supports, apart from one gear (shown later)
The skirt adhesion looks good.
The first attempt was not so good, I had adjusted the print volume for my glass bed ( Creality 3D® Ultrabase 310x320x4mm) but I hadn’t adjusted the X,Y origin offset to compensate.
Although it will print well on painters tape, no so much over the edge of the bed
Will update as it goes.