ABS Printing problem Ender 6
After several adjustments I printed an ABS sample part only to discover it breaks apart at layers, I have the nozzle temp at 260C, Bed Temp at 100C, wall thickness is .0625 layer height 0.2mm wall speed it 40mm. The part came out of the printer looking perfect, until i tried to stress it, and it fell apart at layers, I can separate each layer by twisting. The Base however is very strong and won't break, is the wall thickness to small? Temp? I am doing a sample before i do a larger design to test durability. Bed adhesion is good, no warping at bottom of the part.
Is your cooling fan on or off? Try it at 0% for the whole print.
Hi, I'm sorry, but I'm just a random person here who knows nothing about the world of 3D printers and needs advice. My grandpa's birthday is coming, so my sister and I want to make a nice gift. Once he told that he wanna try himself in the world of 3d printing, so we consider buying it. Though we know nothing about it. I found this one to be fine but is it really worth the price?
@stillc Ender 3 v2 is really worth buying. It is easy for beginners and it is not expensive.
@jwhittaker I guess it's the temperature when it's far away from the hotbed, and the filament cools down as soon as it comes out, so there is no adhesion at all between the layers.
Add a insulation cover for your printer and turn off the cooling fan.
unless your object is very small, printing ABS require enclosure.