In Slic3r (0.9.8) for nozzle diameter are you supposed to input the actual diameter of the nozzle, or measure some filament extruded into open air and put that in instead? I’ve not been able to find a clear explanation for this.
I’ve just started working with 3mm ABS on a Buddaschnozzle with a non-bowden Wades style filament drive and 0.35mm nozzle with .35mm and .2mm layer heights and it seems to be over-extruding and I’ve had to adjust the filament output ratio to .9-.92 to keep prints from overfilling and blobbing out. It prints pretty good at .9, but I know that’s a fudge factor number. I’ve accurately measured and calibrated the feed of filament through the Wade style drive and a 10mm feed = 10mm of filament from the drive. I didn’t have any of these problems when I was printing 1.75 PLA on my QU-BD extruder so I’m trying to figure out how to get it right. - Thanks!