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Profiles developed and tested

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DaniAO created this task.Feb 2 2018, 11:45 AM
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DaniAO assigned this task to anolen.Feb 20 2018, 7:53 AM
karrad added a subscriber: karrad.Mar 21 2018, 10:42 AM

@anolen Can you please update this ticket as you approve/deny profiles for hibiscus? We can edit the main comment with all filaments, and cross them off as you proceed.

Verbatim PLA does not need edits, good to go as is for high speed, standard, and high detail.
Taulman Alloy 910 does not need edits, good to go as is for high speed, and standard. (do we need to develop a high detail for this?)
Chromastrand ABS does not need edits, good to go as is for high speed, standard, and high detail.

@anolen For now, focus on verifying existing profiles. As you are going through, please note the materials that are missing the 3 basic profiles. (High detail, standard, high speed) on T2180

twoBears Biofila Linen does not need edits, good to go as is for high speed, standard, and high detail.
twoBears Biofila Silk does not need edits, good to go as is for high speed, standard, and high detail.
ChromaStrand Labs INOVA 1800 does not need edits, good to go as is for high speed, standard, and high detail.

Taulman Bridge Nylon does not need edits for high speed or standard. High Detail profile Edits here:

ProtoPasta - High Temp PLA - Profile Edits:

The only change was retraction settings, T2262.

kent added a subscriber: kent.Apr 11 2018, 12:21 PM

@anolen I was printing a ninjaflex part with support and I found that it is difficult to remove. We may want to increase the space between the support and the model so that it comes off more easily.

@kent Having the same issue up here with Open House models I am trying to print, Ill add it to the list to fix 😄

kent added a comment.Apr 12 2018, 1:39 PM

@anolen I'm having pretty good luck with setting the "support z distance" setting to .8

kent added a comment.Apr 12 2018, 4:11 PM

@anolen This is the setting I used for the print that I left on your desk with the support material still on it. I think the only thing is the support z distance could be a little lower, maybe .5 so the first layers of the model form a little better. Let me know what you think.

@anolen Have you done any testing on the metal filled filaments?

anolen added a comment.EditedApr 16 2018, 1:49 PM

@kent Thank you sir!!

@karrad I have done Magnetic PLA from Protopasta. Setting up to run others this week.

ProtoPasta Magnetic Iron PLA is good to go without edits for High Speed, Standard, and High Detail. (I did not do nozzle life testing for this filament)
Taulman PCTPE is good to go without edits High Speed, Standard, and High Detail.

@anolen Just a heads up, you have about 2 weeks for any changes to be submitted for current profiles.

@anolen We are going to push a new internal release today, any profile updates you would like included?

@karrad I don't have edits finalized for what I'm working on now. All edits for supported materials will be done and ready by the end of this week.

Taulman T-glase - High Speed, Standard, and High Detail are all good to go without edits.
I do think we should remove the High Strength and High Clarity Profiles until I can get more testing done with those individually.

@anolen Sounds good, I have removed them from hibiscus.

ProtoPasta Stainless Steel PLA; High Speed, Standard, and High Detail are good to go without edits.

anolen added a comment.May 7 2018, 3:54 PM

Colorfabb's Copperfill, Bronzefill, and Woodfill are ALL good to go for High Speed, Standard, and High Detail without edits.

Push Plastic's PC/PBT needed edits, here are the edited profiles:

Proto Pasta's PC/ABS needed edits, here are the edited profiles:

HERE IS A FIX FOR THE BUG IN THE PROTOPASTA PC/ABS HIGH SPEED PROFILE:

HERE IS A FIX FOR THE BUG IN THE PUSH PLASTIC PC/PBT HIGH DETAIL PROFILE:

Ninjatek Ninjaflex is good to so as is for High Speed, Standard, and High Detail.

Polymaker PC Max is good to go without edits for; High Speed, Standard, and High Detail

Here is an Update to the Mini2 Hibiscus Ninjatek NinjaFlex Profiles with the adjustments for T2347.

I am closing this ticket! Please contact me for questions or concerns 😄

anolen closed this task as Resolved.May 23 2018, 4:00 PM