The Tacblades Temperature Tower
Can be used for any temperature range you like in Simplify3d or Cura
Very fast and easy to print, has slotted section to test adhesion for the temperature above it.
The reason it does not have temperature values on the side is that is prints much faster this way uses less filament and can be configured to any temperature you like for all filament types.
Included is a CR10 gcode file from 190 - 225
An S3d Factory File
An S3d Profile for PLA with the temperatures set.
A gcode file ready for PLA on the CR10
It has 8 sections
Best printed at 0.2mm layer height with a 0.4mm nozzle.
All section are 10mm high or 50 layers so set the temp changes at this point which is the layer below the cutouts.
To print using Simplify3d just set temperature processes every 50 layers, see image.
In Cura 2.4 use Extensions->Post Processing->Modify G-Code
then click Add Script and select TweakAtZ
Select Layer No. (from 1 and every 50) Keep Value and set extruder temp see image.
Then just slice and print see tips below for slicing.
Set to one outer shell layer, 2 top layers and 2 bottom layers
Does not need vase mode.
Walls will be one nozzle width thick.
Make sure in Cura you have print thin walls selected in the shells section might be hidden.
You can see surfaces flat or curves and small bridging,
and use the flat surfaces or the cut outs to break apart to test the adhesion strength.