Printrbot Go Large Slic3r settings

V1 - First commit. [July 9th, 2014].
V2 - Keeping accelerations down. Reducing accelerations to 90 mm/s^2, increasing print speeds.
V3 - Increased speeds and improved settings. Library now focuses on thick layers for OpenRC Swift printing.
V4 - Enabled auto-cooling which slows down print speeds when layer times are short to allow the layers to cool and solidify. [February 22nd, 2015]
V5 - More tweaking as I improve my Slic3r settings on the road to perfect prints. [March 16th, 2015]



I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article. I am hoping the same best work from you in the future as well. .


Glad you found it useful.

Same here good settings. Have you had any problems with printing on larger scale at all?

I've mainly been printing large flat parts. I haven't yet tried printing large and tall prints, but I've been looking for a nice vase design.

Nice to hear about such developments. Keep posting More about new technologies and its effectiveness

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