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Victorian Rosette Block for door and window trim

by craeen Jun 25, 2016
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What were the print settings you have tried with your wood filament? I saw your review on Amazon about the Hatchbox wood filament.


(A quick note before the settings: scaling the rosette to be 40.00mm square and making the Z Offset -6.00mm turns it into a great quick-printing test piece for wood filament.)

Every printer seems to have its own “personality”, but here’s what works well on ours!

FlashForge Creator Pro with the MicroSwiss All-Metal Hot End

Simplify 3D settings, Hatchbox Wood Filament PLA:

Extrusion Multiplier: 1.1
Extrusion Width: Manual 0.40mm
Retraction Distance 7.00mm
Extra Restart Distance 0.00mm
Retraction Vertical Lift: 0.00mm
Retraction Speed: 95.0mm
Coasting Distance 0.20mm

Left Extruder Temp: 200

Default Printing Speed: 70.0mm/s
Outline Underspeed: 100%
Solid Infill Underspeed: 100%
Support Structure Underspeed: 100%
X/Y Axis Movement Speed: 130.0mm/s
Z Axis Movement Speed 20.0mm/s

Only retract when crossing open spaces = YES
Force retraction between layers = YES
Minimum travel for retraction = (not checked)
Perform retraction during wipe movement = (not checked)
Only wipe extruder for outer-most perimeters = YES
Avoid crossing outline for travel movements = (not checked)

I could not get this to print. It prints the base but then it spews a bit of filament up in the air and stops. I suspect either the file does not play well with scli3r or something is wrong with the file.

Hmmm... I'm sorry I don't know -- we use simplify3d and didn't have any trouble. Could you try rotating the file in your slicer program and re-slicing? (And if you're saving to an SD card in a computer and then transferring it to the printer, make sure the file finishes loading/saving before you pull the SD card out of the computer.)