This is a 60mm diameter bowl. Up set for .2mm layers and Zortrax for .19mm. 60 degrees support threshold on both, Up set for “normal” speed, which is close to Zortrax speed. Up using pp3dp filament, Zortrax using Z-ABS. Zigzag support spacing set to 8mm on Up, very similar to Zortrax.
The results are extremely similar. Subjectively overall, to the eye, I would declare Zortrax the winner in underside print quality for this model.
Nice test Julia. What fanspeed is used?
80% fan speed on the Zortrax, fan duct fully closed on the Afinia. Both printers in enclosures (Zortrax open on top).
Hmmm win this case, with 60 deg support Zortrax wins
The print is better for Zortrax but that other software looks pretty decent. lol
[quote name=HeavenlyCreation]The print is better for Zortrax but that other software looks pretty decent. lol
The Up software offers a nice useful selection of printing options without the number and complexity of options becoming overwhelming. The only glaring omission is the lack of temperature control; they thought that if they withheld that then everyone would buy their filament and not use third-party materials, lol.
Thanks for the comparison Julia.