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      • I was wondering what the acceleration and jerk values of the Ender 3 are. Since it uses a bowden setup, I expect it to be a bit higher than my Anet A8. Do you guys run the stock firmware settings or flash it with marlin and tweak some settings like acceleration and jerk.
      • At a certain point the low jerk clamps the speed so much that it can never accelerate high enough to have an appreciable effect on print time (this is my theory at least). The larger (40) jerk value had the widest range in print time variance (30 min -> 50 min) since (I presume) the jerk wasn’t clamping down the speed so much.
      • Spent the last week refining things on my Wanhao i3 Duplicator. These are my results -settings, info and mods inside! [Essential reading for i3 owners!]
    • Simplify3D has a unique ability to allow customers to change literally any setting they want for different sections of a model. You can use this powerful feature to improve the print quality in different areas of the part, reduce the overall print time, or even alter the mechanical properties of the final part.
      • Hm, yeah I have tried the random option (I'm using Simplify3D) and it's almost more annoying that way because there are random pockmarks all over it. :\ they seem to be especially big on mine though. That whole seam sticks out maybe 0.2-0.3mm. Or is that normal? I'm still sort of new to this.
      • Feb 16, 2016 · In configuration.h the default values for acceleration and jerk are insane. This makes it very hard for someone who has never configured Marlin before to set sane values. I personally have spent the past six months hunting down extruder issues only to find out the problem was my E acceleration was way too high.
      • As for the generally, speeding up your machine, a lot depends on how solid a machine it is. For example I run my kossel XL which is an all metal printer at 3000 acceleration, jerk 800-1000, max speeds 15,000 for x,y,z (not that I use these speeds). Extruder depends on the type/model/gearing etc..
      • Jerk: 10mm/s (default is usually 20mm/s) – If you have a Creality printer like the CR-10 or it’s variants, the Jerk should be 8mm/s. Acceleration and Jerk values for Simplify3D starting script Cura Speed, Acceleration and Jerk values
      • Nov 06, 2015 · More advanced users of Simplify3D may want to edit machine or firmware settings, especially if they are building their own 3D printers. Learn how to change the machine settings and firmware ...
      • Oct 02, 2018 · The first step to good results for any print is bed leveling. This video explains the best way to get great results on the I3 Mega This will show you other problems too. For example with a 0.6…
      • I was wondering what the acceleration and jerk values of the Ender 3 are. Since it uses a bowden setup, I expect it to be a bit higher than my Anet A8. Do you guys run the stock firmware settings or flash it with marlin and tweak some settings like acceleration and jerk.
      • Simplify3D is well known for providing support structures that easily separate from your model, and we wanted to bring this same level of performance to the the raft. Version 4.0 includes a completely new raft design that allows for easy break-away removal, while still ensuring a strong foundation for your parts.
      • A few Simplify 3D Tips and Tricks ... you used previously so if you don't remember to adjust them to the new print they won't work correctly. ... a Simplify3D tip but ...
      • Oct 02, 2018 · The first step to good results for any print is bed leveling. This video explains the best way to get great results on the I3 Mega This will show you other problems too. For example with a 0.6…
    • Im using an Ultimaker 2 Extended, Simplify 3D and PLA at 220c The issue Im having trouble with is speed, I got the print speed to slow down like I want, and also to lay a first layer down slowly but after the first layer it speeds up to 100% and then slows down again towards the top? I have attached a photo from my simplify 3D Preview page, and if you look at the color chart regarding speed ...
      • As for the generally, speeding up your machine, a lot depends on how solid a machine it is. For example I run my kossel XL which is an all metal printer at 3000 acceleration, jerk 800-1000, max speeds 15,000 for x,y,z (not that I use these speeds). Extruder depends on the type/model/gearing etc..
      • Sep 13, 2018 · Also, please allow jerk and acceleration mod's for small perimeters. Slic3r has a setting for this that kicks in when a radius is less than 6.5 mm I believe. Last edited by inventabuild on Sat Oct 27, 2018 2:38 pm, edited 1 time in total.
      • M205 X30 Z5 ; Set X/Y Jerk to 30mms, Z jerk to 5mms Now that is a poor example since if we look at source, it's already 12 and 0.4 for XY and Z You want to go less to slow down and reduce ringing and really, we only care about XY.
      • At a certain point the low jerk clamps the speed so much that it can never accelerate high enough to have an appreciable effect on print time (this is my theory at least). The larger (40) jerk value had the widest range in print time variance (30 min -> 50 min) since (I presume) the jerk wasn’t clamping down the speed so much.
      • Re: New Acceleration and Jerk settings Post by maugseros » Thu Feb 15, 2018 3:45 pm So far I've printed the same part using my standard 12 mm/s outer shell speed and 20 mm/s inner shell speed and then printing again upping the outer shell speed to 24 and the inner speed to 40, but setting the outer and inner shell acceleration to 500 mm/s and ...
      • A few Simplify 3D Tips and Tricks ... you used previously so if you don't remember to adjust them to the new print they won't work correctly. ... a Simplify3D tip but ...
    • I have used Skeinforge, Slic3r, Cura, Mattercontrol, and Simplify3d. I perfer Simplify3d as it has a built in simulation. The ability to put supports anywhere and adjust them as mentioned above. Also it works very fast on slicing. Where it would take 10 to 30 min for one of my models, Simplify3d takes seconds.
      • Spent the last week refining things on my Wanhao i3 Duplicator. These are my results -settings, info and mods inside! [Essential reading for i3 owners!]
      • Software Setup. When you run Simplify3D for the first time, it will open the Configuration Assistant. Simply choose Ultimaker 2 from the drop down list and click ‘Next’ (the Configuration Assistant can be accessed at any time by going to Help > Configuration Assistant).
      • Got a CR-10S a few days ago and would like to tweak the jerk and acceleration settings to fix some slight print quality (ringing) issues I'm seeing. I'm not able to find the setting on the control box menus.
      • Got a CR-10S a few days ago and would like to tweak the jerk and acceleration settings to fix some slight print quality (ringing) issues I'm seeing. I'm not able to find the setting on the control box menus.
      • Oct 02, 2018 · The first step to good results for any print is bed leveling. This video explains the best way to get great results on the I3 Mega This will show you other problems too. For example with a 0.6…
      • Aug 10, 2017 · Hi, Just got my cr10 this week (YAY) What are the default acceleration and jerk settings for this printer so i can input them into cura? the print times on my old printer were ~20% longer than cura suggested. this machine is pretty much 2x the estimate. i have octoprint connected to the cr10 and that is predicting times that are within 10 mins of the actual print time.
    • At a certain point the low jerk clamps the speed so much that it can never accelerate high enough to have an appreciable effect on print time (this is my theory at least). The larger (40) jerk value had the widest range in print time variance (30 min -> 50 min) since (I presume) the jerk wasn’t clamping down the speed so much.
      • Oct 02, 2018 · The first step to good results for any print is bed leveling. This video explains the best way to get great results on the I3 Mega This will show you other problems too. For example with a 0.6…
      • Jerk: 10mm/s (default is usually 20mm/s) – If you have a Creality printer like the CR-10 or it’s variants, the Jerk should be 8mm/s. Acceleration and Jerk values for Simplify3D starting script Cura Speed, Acceleration and Jerk values
      • In trying to figure out how to adjust the "jerk" settings on this printer (creator pro clone using sailfish 77) while using simplify3d, I'm getting confused in regards to EEPROM settings, settings created by some GPX control file, and settings specified in gcode and translated by GPX.
      • Jan 09, 2017 · In this video I show you the effects of the main 3D printing settings and what to watch out for if your prints aren't perfect. I go over temperature, print speed, layer thickness, extrusion and ...
      • Hm, yeah I have tried the random option (I'm using Simplify3D) and it's almost more annoying that way because there are random pockmarks all over it. :\ they seem to be especially big on mine though. That whole seam sticks out maybe 0.2-0.3mm. Or is that normal? I'm still sort of new to this.
      • In trying to figure out how to adjust the "jerk" settings on this printer (creator pro clone using sailfish 77) while using simplify3d, I'm getting confused in regards to EEPROM settings, settings created by some GPX control file, and settings specified in gcode and translated by GPX.
      • I tried repetier host, but the eeprom config option isn't available, apparently on the 2.1 you could adjust it from the clickwheel, but that option isnt available either. has anyone had this issue and how were you able to go about solving it. I use simplify 3d but can't seem to adjust the acc and jerk settings from it either.
      • In trying to figure out how to adjust the "jerk" settings on this printer (creator pro clone using sailfish 77) while using simplify3d, I'm getting confused in regards to EEPROM settings, settings created by some GPX control file, and settings specified in gcode and translated by GPX.
      • Simplify3D Print Time Prediciton Solution Discussion I know a large gripe with Simplify3D users is that it does not predict that actual print time properly (mine has been off by 50% to 150%).
    • Feb 16, 2016 · In configuration.h the default values for acceleration and jerk are insane. This makes it very hard for someone who has never configured Marlin before to set sane values. I personally have spent the past six months hunting down extruder issues only to find out the problem was my E acceleration was way too high.
      • I suggest S3D add a feature that gives us independent control over the acceleration and jerk of the following features: Top layer, Bottom layer, Inner shell, Outer shell, Infill, Support, and typical travel.
      • At a certain point the low jerk clamps the speed so much that it can never accelerate high enough to have an appreciable effect on print time (this is my theory at least). The larger (40) jerk value had the widest range in print time variance (30 min -> 50 min) since (I presume) the jerk wasn’t clamping down the speed so much.
      • Engineers, architects, designers, and research professionals rely on Simplify3D to deliver exceptional results with complete control over the printing process. Makers Passionate entrepreneurs, makers, and designers take advantage of powerful software controls that unlock new capabilities and take their designs to the next level.
    • A few Simplify 3D Tips and Tricks ... you used previously so if you don't remember to adjust them to the new print they won't work correctly. ... a Simplify3D tip but ...
      • Re: New Acceleration and Jerk settings Post by maugseros » Thu Feb 15, 2018 3:45 pm So far I've printed the same part using my standard 12 mm/s outer shell speed and 20 mm/s inner shell speed and then printing again upping the outer shell speed to 24 and the inner speed to 40, but setting the outer and inner shell acceleration to 500 mm/s and ...
      • As for the generally, speeding up your machine, a lot depends on how solid a machine it is. For example I run my kossel XL which is an all metal printer at 3000 acceleration, jerk 800-1000, max speeds 15,000 for x,y,z (not that I use these speeds). Extruder depends on the type/model/gearing etc..
      • Feb 07, 2016 · In this video I show you how to get the perfect print settings for your new printer or filament, enjoy! All music was used with permission from the creator and is royalty free.
      • Simplify3D includes an unprecedented level of control for multi-part prints. Adjust the order of how each part is printed, optimize the settings used for different models, or print each object one-by-one to minimize travel movements.
      • May 16, 2017 · Here are my "optimal" "best" settings for the Creality CR10 3d Printer in CURA and in Simplify3D. LINKS AND COUPON CODES FOR THE CR10: NEW LOWEST PRICE! Bang...

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I was wondering what the acceleration and jerk values of the Ender 3 are. Since it uses a bowden setup, I expect it to be a bit higher than my Anet A8. Do you guys run the stock firmware settings or flash it with marlin and tweak some settings like acceleration and jerk. Simplify3D has a unique ability to allow customers to change literally any setting they want for different sections of a model. You can use this powerful feature to improve the print quality in different areas of the part, reduce the overall print time, or even alter the mechanical properties of the final part.

Feb 07, 2016 · In this video I show you how to get the perfect print settings for your new printer or filament, enjoy! All music was used with permission from the creator and is royalty free. Oct 02, 2018 · The first step to good results for any print is bed leveling. This video explains the best way to get great results on the I3 Mega This will show you other problems too. For example with a 0.6…

Engineers, architects, designers, and research professionals rely on Simplify3D to deliver exceptional results with complete control over the printing process. Makers Passionate entrepreneurs, makers, and designers take advantage of powerful software controls that unlock new capabilities and take their designs to the next level. Software Setup. When you run Simplify3D for the first time, it will open the Configuration Assistant. Simply choose Ultimaker 2 from the drop down list and click ‘Next’ (the Configuration Assistant can be accessed at any time by going to Help > Configuration Assistant). Simplify3D is well known for providing support structures that easily separate from your model, and we wanted to bring this same level of performance to the the raft. Version 4.0 includes a completely new raft design that allows for easy break-away removal, while still ensuring a strong foundation for your parts.

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I suggest S3D add a feature that gives us independent control over the acceleration and jerk of the following features: Top layer, Bottom layer, Inner shell, Outer shell, Infill, Support, and typical travel. As for the generally, speeding up your machine, a lot depends on how solid a machine it is. For example I run my kossel XL which is an all metal printer at 3000 acceleration, jerk 800-1000, max speeds 15,000 for x,y,z (not that I use these speeds). Extruder depends on the type/model/gearing etc.. As for the generally, speeding up your machine, a lot depends on how solid a machine it is. For example I run my kossel XL which is an all metal printer at 3000 acceleration, jerk 800-1000, max speeds 15,000 for x,y,z (not that I use these speeds). Extruder depends on the type/model/gearing etc.. Simplify3D is well known for providing support structures that easily separate from your model, and we wanted to bring this same level of performance to the the raft. Version 4.0 includes a completely new raft design that allows for easy break-away removal, while still ensuring a strong foundation for your parts. Feb 16, 2016 · In configuration.h the default values for acceleration and jerk are insane. This makes it very hard for someone who has never configured Marlin before to set sane values. I personally have spent the past six months hunting down extruder issues only to find out the problem was my E acceleration was way too high.

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Sep 13, 2018 · Also, please allow jerk and acceleration mod's for small perimeters. Slic3r has a setting for this that kicks in when a radius is less than 6.5 mm I believe. Last edited by inventabuild on Sat Oct 27, 2018 2:38 pm, edited 1 time in total. .

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Aug 10, 2017 · Hi, Just got my cr10 this week (YAY) What are the default acceleration and jerk settings for this printer so i can input them into cura? the print times on my old printer were ~20% longer than cura suggested. this machine is pretty much 2x the estimate. i have octoprint connected to the cr10 and that is predicting times that are within 10 mins of the actual print time. Speed control of dc motor using arduino
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