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Print in Place Engine Benchmark

Creation's quality: 4.6/5 (43 votes)
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3D model description

This is my Print in Place Engine Benchmark! Its designed to test your 3D-printer!
Check out the video on how it works, and how it was designed.

See how it works, and how it was designed!:

-Use 0.2mm layer height (or finer)
-Use a 0.4mm Nozzle (or finer)
-No Support
-No horizontal expansion compensation!

Please leave your questions and comments in the comment field, and I’ll do my best to answer them.

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3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: PDF and STL Folder details Close
    • Engine-Benchmark.stl
    • test-features.pdf
  • Publication date: 2020/08/21 at 16:03



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awesome design!!

I like this design but could not get it to move. I have done dozens of print-in-place prints with no issues. The print itself looked very good. What could I be missing?

Any scale suggested if I only have a .5 mm nozzle??

what are you actual cura setting for this.

Auto-repaired (2170 errors):
2116 backwards edges
54 facets reversed

@ SRIOS90 Try to adjust the steps, generally when the steps are not set accurately, the printer cannot print the low tolerance models correctly.
Another option is to have a high printing temperature, the filament does not have time to cool down and then expand more than planned, try to reduce the temperature of the nozzle.

Estos mismo para metros me funcionan para UNa Anycubic Mega Pro. soy novato en este mundo y estoy tratando de agarrar toda la información posible, para poder adaptarme a este magnifico mundo de la impresión 3D. saludos desde Panama.

I have an ender 3 pro, auto bed level with BLtouch, skr 3 mini v2
slicer settings are completely standard ender 3 pro profile on cura, .2mm layer height, 200c nozzle and 60c bed temp

i can't get the pistons to move, and i can't blow air through the cam shaft.

can you recommend some settings i can adjust to improve my prints? i would really like to dial this in so i can have a "working engine"

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