Even more stable and super-quick printed parts
- thin-walled printing optimized for stability and strength
- waterproof printing:
This can be done extremely well using the new 0.8mm nozzle by Multec:
The higher the layers are located during FDM printing, the more solid the printed parts are and the higher the level of stability and strength are.
Here, stable layer adhesion takes place over a wide level of width.
Even thin-walled parts have a very high level of strength and stability due to this.
The first FFF processes by multec and a Gcode example (the one for both vases consisting of photo and film) are available for download here.
As with all nozzles, the following applies: Layer height up a maximum of 80% of the nozzle outlet - meaning 0.6 mm. We have conducted testing down to 0.2 mm. This went well with higher speeds, generally speaking.
As with all nozzles, the following extrusion width applies: 1.2 - 1.8 times the layer height yield the best results. Our tests show that the nozzle is very good in nature and needs very little fine tuning.
Naturally, in the case of high heat influx with high layer heights, a sufficient level of cooling should take place if small sections are printed.
Here, the usually cooling tips apply: In the case of very small sections, it is best to print two parts adjacent to one another or pull up a skirted section.