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P5 Single 5.25 Bay STL file

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BartofBorg

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I have been trying to print this stl file I downloaded from the 3d thermaltake web site and have has absolutely no luck getting it to print.

It is called Single 5_25_Bay Cage Primary_001.stl. Has any one here printed it? if so, can you tell me if you had to change any settings? I am printing with a Wanhao I3 Duplicator V2.1 printer and I have added the bracing mods and vibration mods and I can print fairly consistant items but not this cage. Really getting frustrated.



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Tt Leo

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Hi BartofBorg,

 

Not too sure if is the setting of the printing program. We have printed numerous times under Cura without any issue, it is a free program you can try it out. I have attached some setting under Cura for your reference.

 

below are the setting under Cura (sorry, our engineer use the language which he is more familiar with, so I have included another setting environment picture for you to refer to)

single 5.25 bay printing setting 2.png

single 5.25 bay printing setting 3.png

single 5.25 bay printing setting 1.png  

 

Let me know if you get any question.



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BartofBorg

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ok, I see a few different settings so I'll give it another go



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It sort of worked, at least it finished this time anyway. The actual print is very poor though, the amount of support material used is almost impossible to remove, especially from the cylinder area to slide it onto the case mounting tube.Can you give me your advanced settings please?

 

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