This design is by far the best one that I have tried to print, because the parametric Onshape project allows one to adjust the tolerances. The smaller, blue print shown was generated using hinge gap 0.45 mm and block gap 0.36 mm, so even with a 0.6 mm nozzle and 0.45 mm layer heights the result is robust and the hinges do not bind.
Also shown, prints in silver and in black with cube size 20 mm instead of 16 mm.
Extrusion multiplier set to 0.85 but standard parameters otherwise.
Hypercube 300 with E3D Volcano
- 3D-print method: Material extrusion (FFF)
- Layer height/thickness: 0.45 mm
- Infill percentage: 20%, overlap 45%
- Number of perimeters/shells: 2
- Perimeters 0 0.74mm (8.48mm^3/s)
- Print duration: 1:17:24
- Print nozzle temperature: 215 °C
- Print speed: perimeter 30 mm/s, infill 30 mm/s, bridge 120 mm/s
- Print-bed surface type: glass plate
- Print-bed-adhesion type: Scotch Blue tape
- Print-bed temperature: 0 °C
- Support structures: None
- Post-processing: None
- Filament usage: 7582.9 mm / 18.2 cm³
- First layer: width 160%, speed 40%, temperature 220 °C
- Retract: length 2 mm, lift 0 mm, speed 22 mm/s
- Retract: on restart 0 mm, min travel 2 mm