Settings For BigBox Parts?

Discussion in 'BigBox General Chat' started by Syko_Symatic, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. Syko_Symatic

    Syko_Symatic Well-Known Member

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    When printing BigBox parts what should the settings be? (Infill, no of walls, top and bottom layers)

    Thanks.
     
  2. Miasmictruth

    Miasmictruth Well-Known Member

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    What matters is how you want you pri t to turn out doesn't matter what printer it's on. The more walks the stronger the part but the more plastic you use.
     
  3. Dr Jeep

    Dr Jeep Well-Known Member

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    I think Syko was more referring to how the BB parts were originally printed.
     
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    Syko_Symatic Well-Known Member

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    I was indeed.
     
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    Syko_Symatic Well-Known Member

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    From what I have found out from other sources. It is 3 walls all round at 25% infill
     
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    I reckon that on certain parts one might improve on the 3 wall 25% slicing.

    In particular, the parts with the bearing clamps that need to be tightened. Lots of people have seen cracks and breakage in the part that gets tightened for reasons that are obvious when you look at it. I'd try upping the number of perimeters to make the thin, tightened bit solid plastic.
     
  8. Miasmictruth

    Miasmictruth Well-Known Member

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    I agree I had to glue my X ideler back together until I can print a new one, didn't even tighten it that much.
     

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