Slower is better.
So is lower build platform temp.
Material is ABS.
Could you define “better”?
Oops… never mind. G+ was only showing the first picture. Now I see both.
learn from others thanks for sharing
As with all things, your mileage may vary.
So what whas the temperature? what printer?
I’m impatient, 10mm/s seems agonizingly sloooow… But your results speak for themselves. I’ve been wondering how to print small ABS parts successfully and I’ve played with speed, though I never went so slow. Same for heatbed temp. Thanks for sharing!
I often print multiples of the same part at the same time… prints faster than doing one really slow and you always need spares.
So many other parameters to consider. I’m no expert, but I’m pretty sure I can replicate that result at much higher speed.
How to determine it ?
@CornGolem you find the frame resonant frequencies by accident. But that’s more of an acceleration problem. What you have there could be a cooling problem, or a layer height problem, or a few other things. It’s hard to know based on the information you’ve given so far.
To change the resonance frequency of your printer, you can attach some little (fishing) weights to the frame.