KISS 1.6 Beta 3.10

KISS 1.6 Beta 3.10

Postby pjr » 03 Aug 2017, 16:37

4 colour variable layer height, variable purge standing on the purge tower:

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Re: KISS 1.6 Beta 3.10

Postby EddyMI3D » 04 Aug 2017, 01:59

Looks great, Peter!
Which hotends do you use?

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Re: KISS 1.6 Beta 3.10

Postby pjr » 04 Aug 2017, 04:24

EddyMI3D wrote:Looks great, Peter!
Which hotends do you use?

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Just one (SNMM), hence the relatively huge purge tower. E3D V6. But with modified heat break and special PTFE liner (1.9mm ID).

Biggest issue is that with 0.1mm layers, you still have to purge the same amount of filament on each change as 0.3mm layers.

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Re: KISS 1.6 Beta 3.10

Postby Olivier13 » 05 Aug 2017, 17:26

Wow !
The result is very amazing.
Is it a "make it sure" purge tower or have you calculated/designed it before the print?
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Re: KISS 1.6 Beta 3.10

Postby pjr » 06 Aug 2017, 02:37

Olivier13 wrote:Wow !
The result is very amazing.
Is it a "make it sure" purge tower or have you calculated/designed it before the print?


With SNMM you have to purge a lot of material. With all post-processors (and Slic3r PE) until now, you basically entered the tower size and it created a simple purge tower with all filaments having an equal purge area.

Of course, opaque filaments require less purging than translucent/transparent ones, so I wrote a post-processor which does exactly that. The purge amount can be determined either by extruder or filament name. Now I purge 30mm for opaque filaments, 60mm for translucent, 80 for transparent etc.

The result is a smaller tower and less overall filament waste. :D

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