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benchy test question

Posted by Catty 
benchy test question
February 04, 2021 06:43PM
I bought Tronxy 802D (X6D) i3 Prusia Clone last year January and didn't use it until last November that I finally figured out how to print solid because I sliced with .4 layer height instead of .2 . Got it corrected and sucessfully printed nice prints. I upgraded part of printers then decided to go for Bowden. Ordered $15 hotend with bowden and printed carriage parts for it. Modified and test ran printer, it came out great. Just today, I decided to print Benchy to see how good it prints. It did print nice, I could say about B+ average, not A. Seeing picture of windows on Benchy showing stray filament. Is there I can calibrate to correct this issue? I don't know where I am suppose to look for.

Rear of boat show text print but it's not obvious. Overall look great and clean with few thin strings. Suggestion??


Re: benchy test question
February 04, 2021 06:50PM
To clarify "stray filament"... It's printed with layers on stray. I have all windows with one stray each. It may be a minor issue that can be broken off and file just little bit.
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