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Printing height with White Strong and Flexible [message #59843] Tue, 08 January 2013 17:33 UTC Go to next message
avatar DavidTsai  is currently offline DavidTsai
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I got the material sample and noticed that with the White Strong and Flexible, the height of the diagram is 1.1 mm, however the actual is 1.35. Does the height always print higher by .25 consistently? Also, a side dimensioned as 10 was in reality 9.85.

Is there a consistency in printing larger or smaller in certain directions/orientations?

Thanks
Re: Printing height with White Strong and Flexible [message #59898 is a reply to message #59843 ] Wed, 09 January 2013 13:59 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar stop4stuff  is currently offline stop4stuff
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WSF can have about 0.2mm variation if the part are printed on the 'small' printer. However, some parts I recently had printed that should have been 7.1mm diameter came in as a 6.8 x 7.4mm oval - it turned out that the parts were printed in the 'big' printer which has a bigger variation.

Frosted Ultra Detail is the most accurate material, parts can be designed for a interferance fit.

Paul


[Updated on: Wed, 09 January 2013 14:00 UTC]

Re: Printing height with White Strong and Flexible [message #60232 is a reply to message #59898 ] Tue, 15 January 2013 00:43 UTC Go to previous message
avatar DavidTsai  is currently offline DavidTsai
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Thanks Paul

 
   
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