I've done my best to take Jules' excellent post on eSun Solid Black PETG and translate the S3D settings to Slic3r.
Overall, I'm pleased with my first real print after the calibration iterations. Questions:
- I understand the oozy/sticky remark now. It seems like I had to babysit this first print and keep an eye out for cling-ons, periodically removing some cruft with tweezers. Theoretically, should I get to a point where I can just let the print go?
- The nozzle gets noticeably dirtier than PLA. Is that normal? Here's a mid-print pic I took (sorry for the poor quality...I used a macro lens with the head in motion and the focus was a bit off)
- Here's a RaspberryPi case from Thingiverse I printed nicely in MG white PLA vs the eSun (I realize the contrast on the PLA makes it difficult to see the layers). Dimensionally, it fits the Pi nicely just like the PLA print (and I understand for dimensional stability, you really can't beat PLA). Any tips to help with the cleanliness?