I have been getting some great prints with my printer,
but when it comes to the bigger parts, I have been getting major warping.
I have calibrated the platform, have tightened xy pulleys, and platform is clean before print.
I dont want to put the printer in a bad reputation, so I have an unlisted youtube time-lapse of the print I am talking about:
Now, I do have the sides closed of partly.
-I had glue (gluestick) on the platform,
-The part where the front right corner is back down, I put a tiny bit of super glue, but that didnt do much.
-I have not tried the abs slurry.
Would having better enclosed sides, and slurry do much for my problem?
Does the fan speed on automatic cause this problem? or the layer height even?
The only other problem I would think is the filament itself.
Also, during calibration, the middle was a tiny bit higher than the rest, yet it is clean beneath the board, and there is no bend I can see..
I will trouble shoot in this order:
1) try the slurry
2) try a different spool of filament
4) change layer height and fan speed
5) build a better encloser
6) go back to wood carving XD (just kidding)
I will keep this thread updated as I try the same print with different methods.
If anyone has had this experience after troubleshooting most of these, and now has nice prints, please help!