|Part||Impact||Most impact on...||Value for money|
|Dragon Mosquito style hot-end||Print quality|
|E3D v6 PTFE-Lining 24V||Print quality|
|Glass bed + BL Touch||Perfect first layer + adhesion|
|Direct Drive + BMG + pancake motor||Print quality, retraction control|
|Linear Rails||Stability, rigidity|
|Linear Rails without Dual-Z||Print quality|
|Linear Rails with Dual-Z||Print quality|
|SKR 1.3 Control Board 32bit + quiet fans||Slience|
|Raspberry pi + Octoprint + Klipper||Control print jobs|
Hi, send me an email and I will send you the config :) Did you already do any modifications?
I didn't have a dual Z without linear rails so I dont know if it is worth
jest mozliwosc dostania configu do klippera?
Tak, wysłałem już na maila
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Cześć, na jakich parametrach drukowałeś Batmana?
Widzę, że dysz 0.5 a wysokość warstwy? Wygląda świetnie, chce spróbować wydrukować ten model na Prusie i tym samym filamencie
Hi, what voltage you are running to hotend 24 or 12v?
Can you explain the 0 extrusion widths in the slicer settings?
Hey can you link the entire hotend setup? like what duct did you use? I'm using a mount by PrecisePrinterParts.com that goes on the dragon and mounts it like a mk8/10
Can you please make your setup available (klipper config, slicer profiles)? With my ender I see really good layer consistency with small objects, but the bigger the object . the more shifted different layers get. Do you have any idea what might be the cause?
Also, I'm not sure about your mods scoring system: is adding dual Z rods worth it without changing to linear rails system as well?