- 1 What should the print speed be in Ender 3?
- 2 Why are there uneven lines in Ender 3?
- 3 Why does my Cura Ender 3 print so slow?
- 4 Why is my Ender 3 layer not printing?
- 5 What kind of filaments do Ender 3 printers use?
- 6 Is the creality Ender printer a good printer?
- 7 How did I Break my microswiss hot end?
What should the print speed be in Ender 3?
To get the most out of your Ender 3 (Pro/V2), print speed is a key factor. Read on to find the perfect settings!
Why are there uneven lines in Ender 3?
Tiny part (see the irregularities in the side-wall in front); the ruler is in mm/cm: Ok, I apologize for the delay, I got caught up with a few things the past few days. So I tried printing something bigger, and the effect was greatly reduced. However, the lines still appear to be there on each print, though very subtle.
Why does my Cura Ender 3 print so slow?
After few good prints with my new Ender 3, I noticed that prints with longer shell straight lines (> 5 cm) have extrusion problems in the middle of those lines. I figured that this might be because the printing speed (70 mm/s) and filament temperature (210 °C for PLA).
Why is my Ender 3 layer not printing?
Also bad PID values can cause this if the temperature is fluctuating by quite a bit. By like at least 5 degrees from max to min temperature. Watch the temp while it prints. It may be that the temperature algorithm or the PID values changed on the latest Marlin upgrade.
What kind of filaments do Ender 3 printers use?
These Ender three series are good with PETG, TPU, PLA, and various other filaments. However, it is not known for metal printing. Albeit that does not mean it can’t do that. Many people have tweaked their machines until they provide metal printing capabilities as well. There are no universal speeds for these printers.
Is the creality Ender printer a good printer?
When it comes to mating seamless affordability with top of the line quality the Creality Ender series has few equals and hardly any superiors. These printers have excellent printing speed and they use high-quality parts. I.e. they can create a whole lot faster than many, if not most of their competitors using inferior components.
How did I Break my microswiss hot end?
I had recently replaced the stock extruder with a Micro Swiss all metal hot end. Being a bit “ham-fisted”, I managed to break the thermistor soon after that. While changing that, I learned a bit (maybe not enough) about thermistortable11.h, calibrating thermistor profiles and configuring Marlin.