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sfsnwbrdr
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SF Architecture

Postby sfsnwbrdr » Sat Jan 04, 2014 11:51 am

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This was my very first multi piece print replicating a model I had printed on a zcorp printer. I separated the model into 3 prints and assembled. I probably need to work on settings for smaller features, but overall I think it looks pretty good. I would love any comments or tips for doing this type of printing because it is a little more tempermental for getting features as clear as other printers because of support removal.
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sfsnwbrdr
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Re: SF Architecture

Postby sfsnwbrdr » Sat Jan 04, 2014 11:53 am

Here are images of the same model from a zcorp print. Zcorp 450

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LaserGnomes
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Re: SF Architecture

Postby LaserGnomes » Wed Jan 08, 2014 3:45 pm

Here are some apples.. and then these oranges... AHAHA


Good start! Can say without doubt you have some issues on your spool rolling. There are obvious pinches in the model where the filament was slowed or pulling on the head and created thin layers. I bet with a better roll solution you would eliminate of lot of the issues with this print. The columns probably aren't being helped much with that either.

Interesting piece though.. keep it up... bring smaller sections and nail down the settings then go full bore!

-LG

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Re: SF Architecture

Postby Stas » Mon Jan 27, 2014 9:39 pm

Great, but do you do post-processing of this model?

sfsnwbrdr
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Re: SF Architecture

Postby sfsnwbrdr » Fri Feb 28, 2014 6:00 pm

Of the zcorp model? No, only thing I did for that was remove it from the machine and spray salt water on it..

for the FDM model, I printed 2 prints and put them together.

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Re: SF Architecture

Postby waleed020 » Thu Mar 26, 2015 12:25 am

Good start! Can say without doubt you have some issues on your spool rolling. There are obvious pinches in the model where the filament was slowed or pulling on the head and created thin layers. I bet with a better roll solution you would eliminate of lot of the issues with this print. The columns probably aren't being helped much with that either.
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Re: SF Architecture

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