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Low speed of Delta printer

Posted by Mj996 
Low speed of Delta printer
March 13, 2020 04:14PM
Hi,I apologize if I'm posting in a wrong place.

I'm running a large delta 3d printer with repetier firmware. the problem that is pissing me off is that the speed of the carriages are too slow ;like an old lady that is walking in a football field.I mean when i command G1 Z10 for example the carriages move with a super low speed.I checked everything but i couldn't find the problem. Here are the specifics and the current settting of the printer; electronics : Arduino due + RADDS----3 42cmo6 6kg,2.5 A stepper motors for x,y and z axes------ 3 TOSHIBA ''TB67S109'' stepper drivers(0.1 resistance,1/16 mic stepping)------ Vref of drivers : 0.7 v(when I increase this to 1 volt a wierd sound come from steppers and the carriages won't move) ------number of pully teeth :20 ------belt pitch : 2 ------steps per rev : 200 ------micro stepping :1/16 -----and steps per mm :80-------- Max. travel speed : 300 for X,Y,Z-------Homing speed :100 for X,Y,Z ------Travel acceleration : 3000 for X,Y,Z------ Print acceleration: 1000 for X,Y,Z

PS: I'm currently calibrating the printer and haven't print anything yet.

Thanks in advance.
Re: Low speed of Delta printer
March 16, 2020 10:02AM
Tell it to move faster, what does "G1 Z10 F4500" do?
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