Keeping in mind the previous loopholes, experts made some corrections to the 3D software and reprinted the parts separately. After that, it just stuck and you can see for yourself that it got a lot better and that to a necklace with. Manufacturers use a Super Bonder glue, very popular here in the south of the country. Since we receive the red and white filaments, we only match the right color before printing and send the file in the optimal settings. In the making of the rapid prototype 3D this is essential now.
Setting the temperatures
If you also decided to reprint the Connected World 3D model then on the first impression, you ended up selecting inappropriate temperature settings. For a start, heated the extruder nozzle at 220 ° C and the platform at 105 ° C, settings that are even good for you to print on ABS material, but the printer was equipped with PLA. In this case, the impression was already doomed.
Ok, but the machine did not display any error message or something? Even if you set the wrong or wrong temperature, your printer will trust you and start printing. This is not bad. In fact you can play to get different results according to your knowledge. But in my case, you ended up with an unwanted piece.
The wrong temperature caused some deformities on the object, made it’s base slightly curved, made the PLA in contact with the platform take longer to solid and also the material coming out of the nozzle was much warmer than needed. Another detail is that it made the last layer thinner, giving it a transparent look.
With a little more reading and practice, and a lot of mistakes found the ideal setting for my situation with PLA and the Inventor printer, selected 200ºC for the extruder and 55ºC for the platform and this has been the current setting for prints.
The second time you went to print the MC logo, took the opportunity to print the larger logo, this time there was no deformation. It also decreases the fill, by 15% started to use a maximum of 5%, this greatly reduced the time for each object to be printed.
The only detail is that sometimes you will need to create support for the filament to support itself, as it cannot connect to two distant points in the air, it does not float. Basically, the more filled the inside of the object, the longer it will take to print, and the easier it will be closed at the end.
Correcting the design of the 3D object
The first logo we printed from Adrenaline went wrong because we tried to print two colors at once and also for another reason, our 3D model was not so well designed. Although the modeling was well done, we do not think about the balance of the object. Your end result is nothing more than your printed virtual object, so if your 3D file is not right in your software, it will certainly not look good on the printer.
The logo created was thinking to one side and we had to fill in the letter D to keep it balanced. We even used it in the channel videos and photos, it gives a nice effect, but it needed to get better. So you can solved the problem by creating a support base in E.