Today prints started doing voronoi or spiral something or other on cylinders only, the rest normal. anything with round features the g code path tries to spiral the perimeters. I am worried someone hacked my S3D copy. The printer this came off of is SD card only isolated, no network or USB connection so it had to be in the slicing software S3D, it doesn’t look like this in CAD thats for sure. CAD model printed fine on same machine a few days ago, derived profile with only layer height change generated g code that did this today… wtf?
try to post the gcode file somewhere so other can look at it?
I have a Replicator 2, and I get this when I print in high-quality. I have to print with 0.2 mm layers (not 0.1mm) for this not to happen. I blame the maker where slicer, it has a lot of issues.
@Scott_Williamson Thanks, I will trouble shoot with that in mind, at least I can do something about it if that is the case. I have not had any issues with S3D printing at .15mm layer before but I hope its that and not a larger issue.
Thanks as well Miyash, I will post it later if its not a layer height and temp issue. from what scott said, it might be layer height/temp/nozzle wipe bunching of material. sure looks like intentional, but hope its not, it starts on line 180666 in the g code which seems slightly suspicious to me as a random number…
Looks to me a lot like fancy air printing. Try one drop of canola oil.
Very good !!!