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Richard's journey in 3d printing 2 months 5 days ago #72730

Yes i know both are different things. The brim is used to have more surface area to get a bond with the bed.
I think a raft will be a waste of material.
Taping the brim onto the bed would solve the problem, since the part has nowhere to go even if it loses the bond to the bed.
 
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Richard's journey in 3d printing 2 months 5 days ago #72732

So far so good with brim.


Not so good.... (Broken parts is because I tested the strength. Surpricing strong with 20% infill)
These are my first failed prints. One before that because the filament was not rolled on properly from factory.
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Richard's journey in 3d printing 2 months 5 days ago #72733

Grrrrrrrr, aother failed print!!! 

Next time will be with raft.

Looked closer on my print and I think it got knocked over because of those burnt pices from a leaky hotend.
Sobefore anything I will need to cleen my hotend and nozzle and then try again.
I really need to order a new Micro Swiss nozzle to replace the current one.
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Richard's journey in 3d printing 2 months 5 days ago #72736

I remember having failed print that I could not explained until I removed the fans from the hot end to see à the top of the hot end below the heat breaker level : there was an accumulation of filament on top of the hot end as my nozzle was not completely seated with the bowden tube... Learning curve to understand where to search is sometimes long and very complex... Good luck for the search...
I buy kits to built and ru(i)n them :-)
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Richard's journey in 3d printing 2 months 4 days ago #72737

Have already seen this so I have an good idea of what it is and how to solve it.



This is possible the best how to clean all metal hotend video I've seen so far.
Very easy to follow.

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