worthwhile pursuit to share slicer profiles for the MP3DP. Of course some details will be off but if we can see results and cross reference speeds, we might be able to get some data that will let us optimize our own printers. This is lime the kind of leverege that Prusa gets within the slicer to get high quality printing when you use their printers.
It’s still a bit different, since we tend to be tinkerers. If we built our printers identical.to Ryan’s with the same control boards, firmware, settings and hardware, we could all find the ideal settings for different layer heights, filament types etc, but I think we could get
closer based on that most of us would be using an SKR Pro with 2209 drivers, running the V1 Marlin firmware.
Outliers might be using Klipper, or like myself, RepRap Firmware, and of course changing the footprint or build envelope will have an effect… I don’t mess with the slicer settings much, most of my print speeds are maybe slight tweaks on settings that were there from some other model, or default settings that the slicer came with. I know I can often run with the speed factor up to 125% on the interface, and not have real problems, so I know I’m leaving something on the table… but sometimes, I don’t get away with it. (110% is pretty safe for thin to moderate layers though.)
@SupraGuy ! Would personally appreciate know how other people are running their MP3DP’s, for example yesterday several of us shared info about stepper current which was helpful. Sharing feeds/speeds for LR3 has helped too. So…
Shared my Klipper Config, will share my Slicer config when tuned @
@azab2c! Will share my extremely untuned slicer files when I’m back at that computer!