Black ABS SpoolWorks Filament

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  1. lorenzo saponetta

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    Hello the filament report a 240 nozzle and 120 bed heat.
    I own a Original Prusa MK2 and I've printed at 200um with ABS prusa profile that set nozzle to 255 and bed to 100.

    Trying to print at 50 um I get strange issues on the perimeters of my objects.

    Example attached (hollow cube, just first layer and 2 perimeters. stopped print)
     

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    Spoon Unit Well-Known Member

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    overextrusion maybe?
     
  3. lorenzo saponetta

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    I don't think, The first layer seems nice :( Thank you anyway :)

    I've tried to change the nozzle temp from 230 to 260 and the print speed from 100% to 80 to 60 to 20%...but nothing.

    Got even worse
     

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  4. Spoon Unit

    Spoon Unit Well-Known Member

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    Perhaps ABS just doesn't like to be printed in such thin layers. I do notice that with ABS you get these bits that seem to appear on the surface, but haven't tried printing the model you're printing there. Happy to give it a go if you want to drop in an STL.
     
  5. lorenzo saponetta

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    Sure ^^ Thank you

    Attached the stl of the hollow cube at 0.05 (changed just the first layer to be 0.2 or it will be unremovable at 0.05)

    Edit: Added also the stl. If you reslice remember to set 1 bottom layer, 0 top layer, 2 perimeters, no infill
     

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  6. Spoon Unit

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    Forewarning, I've never successfully got much out of my printer at this resolution, but I've got a spare moment or two today and will try this down though the layer heights as a learning exercise also for myself. Will keep you posted.
     

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