Gortosch wrote:Here the other images.
Make sure your gcode flavour is set to reprap (g-code tab). I had this issue as I run several printers in s3dphilip.c3 wrote:I am using these settings provided on the drivers page for for the MK2 and the g code being produced is missing the M106 command to turn on the cooling fan.
If I change the print settings to the pre-built Prusa i3 profile provided by the Simplify3D software, the command is present and the fan is turning on when it's supposed to. The only problem with using this profile is that the build plate is smaller than the one provided by Prusa.
Is anyone else having this problem?
Regarding your resonance issue, I noticed amazing improvements in resonance artifacts by simply replacing my smooth Y-Idler with a HIGH QUALITY ( very important...) Toothed idler. people debate this all the time. but in my experience atleast, it helped quite a bit.Xray965 wrote:Playing around a little more with my FFF profile, going through some of Philips and my setup and that of Joseph, this is the final profile I came up with.
Images of the 3d benchy, though I chose the wrong x/y positioning. I think the print quality is at it's optimal stage for 0.2
Any feedback from anyone to improve on it am all ears.
My profile Xray965 Final.zip
Note: I have a Gcode script with a 9 point calibration variable that you may need to remove and add your numbers instead to compensate for the 9 point inaccuracy on the bed.
Also I dont like having very high print speeds, it just induces more resonance on the print machine, and more wear and tear overall on the machine, the print speeds on the machine have not been touched and are based on the original Prusa Profile from JP.