bad underside quality on PETG prints

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bad underside quality on PETG prints

Post by psd » Wed Aug 02, 2017 3:46 pm


I have played with my settings so much for PETG, that I am now getting bad quality under any supports and bottom layers that are not in contact with the bed.

does anyone have specific support settings that could help or should I just go back to the initial PETG settings Jules posted and zero everything out?

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Re: bad underside quality on PETG prints

Post by zemlin » Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:03 pm

IMHO, the most significant factor in support/part interaction is layer thickness. I always use one separation layer top and bottom.
If supported build is sloppy, reduce layer thickness.
If bond between support and the part is excessive, increase your layer thickness.

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