Re: Nozzle drag
July 02, 2011 09:45PM
NelsonRap Wrote:

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> So if the filament packing density is reduced it
> will use less material on the fill and on the
> perimeter? It is set as 1 as the default setting
> by the looks of it


It's the other way around. Reducing the FPDR will increase the flow rate and use more material.
Re: Nozzle drag
July 03, 2011 09:29PM
I got confiused by that one too. A better name for that setting might be Filament Pusher Efficiency.
Re: Nozzle drag
July 04, 2011 02:56AM
Oh well I have some things to try this week now

Just done a small test print with the settings worked out earlier, left the Filament packing density alone. All looks really good now much better.

thanks all for the help

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/04/2011 05:16PM by NelsonRap.


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Re: Nozzle drag
July 06, 2011 07:10AM
well it actually describes how soft your filament is...
btw... I have upladed a revised version of Skeinforge to github.

What I did:

Modified Skeinforge to be easier to use.
Deleted plugins that are not used anymore.
Made some setting easier to understand /set.
Put in some notes on the pages.
Creates a settings folder .SFACT in the skeinforge.py directory so your other SF is unaffected.

It is only valid for Stepper Extruders.
It is available at:
[github.com]
Re: Nozzle drag
July 09, 2011 06:43PM
Just printing some frame vertex's for a Prusa and so far they look better although the solid surface layer looks like it might be fractionally sparse but it is a tiny amount. I changed the WOT to 1.5 and did a recalculate and ended up with 0.3925. It's definitely better than it was just need some final tweaking now


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Re: Nozzle drag
July 10, 2011 12:47AM
Don't worry I stuffed up all fixed now


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Experimenting in 3D in New Zealand
Re: Nozzle drag
August 06, 2013 01:47AM
I have the opposite issue. Nozzle drags on the first 3 layers but is fine on the last three.But I'm using slicer.
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