Heliodors driven out of the Temple
This Heliodors driven out of the Temple by Geoffrey Marchal using the following techniques:
- It is not printed vertical but with 20 degrees on the back. This angle improves the quality of overhangs and it reduces to the minimum supports on the visible surfaces.
- A very high height brim is used to lock fully the part. It is a specific feature developped for warping materials like ABS.
- Multiple layers raft with large extrusion width for bottom layers : improving adhesion and reducing print time.
- Manual supports are used only to support few critical surfaces, with refined settings for each printing phase for supports to make them brittle.
- Asymmetric retraction/deretraction speeds are used: the speed for the retraction is set to 40mm/s, while the speed for the deretraction is set to only 20mm/s. This improves reliability during chained retractions/deretractions while preventing ooze and high quality.
- The layer height is 0.1mm.
- Material: ABS ArianePlast.