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Oh, that's crap. But I know only too well.
I was sitting next to it (luckily) when I heard PLA crackling in the nozzle. It was boiling.
The firmware hung. Driving over the print bed beyond Z-Min was also very time-consuming. Complete dismantling was the order of the day.
So keep your head up.

To my humble results:
What I don't quite understand yet:

- Everyone says that the outer perimeters must be printed more slowly.?
I've now printed everything to 100%.
In the case of surfaces, it is now clear to me (I was able to test that on the 200x200 surface) that Tempo brings a significantly smoother result.

- If I print two columns and the speed is too slow, it starts to extrude the filament too early and it creates an unsightly approach. Can I only get this under control at speed?

- How do I get the bridging right? What is the right course of action?
OK, bridge flow is too high and what about bridging speed?
I left both at 100%, because I didn't want to change anything about the default.

I hand in that with the temperature and the changed acceleration. I'll do a few test series.
But I'm assuming that at least I no longer rely on the old values
x-axis accereration: 800
y-axis accereration: 1000
Max jerk 16

must go back.


A Sparkcube 1.1XL for larger objects, a Trinus3D in the housing and a Tantillus R under construction
Sparkcube: Complete on 24V - DDP 8mm + 1.5mm carbon plate - RADDS 1.5 + extension board + RAPS128 - Nema 17 / 1.7A 0.9 degrees - ind. Sensor for Z-Probe (no ABL) - FTS - Titan Booster Hotend - Sparklab Extruder - Firmware Repetier with @ Glatzemanns G33 - Repetier Server pro - Simplify3D

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