Slicer intricacies aside, I am impressed that Ares prints 0.1mm single walls so well.
Originally shared by Yuan LIU
I always thought that manufacturer’s claim about 100µm (or, by some, 50µm) resolution from ø0.4mm nozzle applied only for layer height. But when I measure these vertical thin walls (from the Makerbot calibration set), they are 0.1mm in horizontal thickness. That means a ø0.4mm plastic jet condenses into some 0.1mm structure. How does this work?
Other than this, I see some uneveness both on end edges and in the path. I guess this is the doing of material? How do I evaluate the printer in regard to thin walls?