I could use some pointers on making some of the printed parts- i am not liking the slicing and support results I am getting.
What orientations did people find for the more complicated geometries?
I know failure is a good teacher, but I want to try and have calcualted failures, not blunders.
The XY Belt tensioners seem problematic no matter which way I slice them. The bushing bores are critical so no matter which way I turn them, one set of holes will get printed in the best way (UP) and the other will be laying down on the X (or Y). I don’t get nice round holes when they print lying down. If I enable dense support, then it gets better. But then the support fills in the more delicate features… like the belt ribs.
Same issues on the carraige prints. The Z-Axis Bed doesnt look so bad anymore.
I have been using KISS slicer becasue I get good prints out of it. I can do the demo of S3D again, but get overwhelmed by all the options.
Thanks in advance.