I have the SM 2.0. So far, it looks really good. It is crazy loud though… I wish SM would consider the noise in their design (by fat the biggest oversight in a near-flawless product).
I’m seeing a problem, however, on my prints. Whenever I print something flat, I always get scars on the surface. This is not new… It happened on SM1 using cura, S3D or snapmakerjs. It also happens on my prusa i3Mk3… it is the one problem I have not seemed to be able to overcome – but, it definitely looks the worst on my SM 2.0.
This particular project I’m working on has long faces on it, and is going to use a lot of media. It will be a very expensive print, and I’d really rather not have huge gashes going across the front, sides, or top.
I’ve been through the settings in Luban, but I cannot find anything that helps. Z-hop doesn’t seem to address it… in S3d, even checking the box to avoid crossing permiters isn’t a cure (it helps, but isn’t a cure). Anyone have any idea what I can do here? I’m hoping that there is something in Luban I’m missing…