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PC-Max Redgum profile feedback
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We need testing and feedback on PC-Max for redgum.

  • Use CuraLE 3.6.11
  • Clear cache to ensure correct base profiles
  • Start with base profiles before making any tweaks
  • Comment with issue, steps taken to resolve the issue, successful changes necessary
  • Post pictures of issues and of resolution

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adam created this task.Jun 12 2019, 10:00 AM
adam triaged this task as Normal priority.
adam created this object with edit policy "LulzBot Hardware Products (Project)".

PolyMax PC Testing:

I have found that the profile does really well as long as the normal processes for PC are followed. I experienced a bit of curl on one of the parts when not using an enclosure, but otherwise the prints came out nice and clean. The only other thing that I have seen so far with the PC profile is a bit of stringing, which can be taken care of with a small temperature adjustment. Bridging does rather well, so the fan speeds should be just fine. The prints that were intended to move came out really well, and they do move as intended (aside from a rather squished first layer, but that's my fault). The CaliCat did really well, not a lot of stringing or anything like that, and the small overhands that it has did rather well. The Helicopter (scaled to 200%) did really well, aside from the blades, which ran into a bit of curling due to printing outside of an enclosure.

One last thing that I forgot to mention. I saw a bit of a discoloration with the white PC, which I'm not sure what the cause was. No issues like this with the black PC

adam added a comment.EditedJun 28 2019, 12:09 PM

I'm getting some top layer holes on standard profile with PC-Max.


also possibly need to do something about minimum layer time - that eye is turning into a blob on the last couple layers.

anolen closed this task as Resolved.Fri, Jul 19, 11:44 AM

I am closing this ticket, Please see T8886 for future PC-MAX profile feedback and updates.