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This „Technical Newsletter“ explains the impact of the temperature of the hot-end, the speed and the thickness of the layers to the strength values of the 3D print-outs.
- x – axis is the speed
- y – axis is the thickness of the layers
- the curves are the temperatures of the hot-end and
- the values in the diagram are the strength values, measured with printed standard profiles
The diagram shows the impact of the different parameters
· The increase of the speed from 30mm/s to 60mm/s effects only a low decrease of the strength values. But the increase to 90mm/s has a significant impact to the strength values.
- The increase of the thickness of the layers effects also a decrease of the strength value of the printed object.
The best parameters for bioFila plaTec are:
- speed 30mm/s
- thickness of the layer 0,1mm and
- hot-end temperature of 195°C / 383°F
So, this diagram helps you to find the best parameters for your print-outs with bioFila plaTec.
More details about the use of bioFila plaTec you’ll find in our next “Technical Newsletter”.
Source: TU Braunschweig, Seminararbeit - Paul Worms