Printed object with deep stepped lines


#42

Hi!

I didn´t find the exactly issue, but the possible causes were: a heater that I installed, it was probably interfering eletromagnatically; z and bed screws, I´ve done a full check (there´s a guide in Peopoly´s Wiki about that). These two issues resolved my stepped lines. I hope it can help, I´ve stopped printing for the last month since I´m moving to a new space (a small studio space, 3d priting ready), but I should be ready for my 3d printing small business in the next weeks.


#43

this is guide developed after feedbacks from several users with the patterned light

http://wiki.peopoly.net/doku.php?id=moai:interference&s[]=interference

perhaps it can help you?


#44

When the glitches align with the mesh geometry it is hardly an interference issue. We discussed long enough about it here Weird striping effect and it’s basically a slicer issue and the best way to fix it is to reorient the model. @Blastamon


#45

we used to think it is only interference or slicer. We have since found several cases where

  1. z-axis lead screw is wobbling
  2. part of the platform was loose (axle) and it shifts regularly

Streak perpendicular and deformed
#46

This might be a case of slicer issues. I scaled it up and printed it larger, it has the same parallel lines. Now the lines are also larger and further apart. It definitely leads me to believe it is a software issue.

chainychain


#47

told ya. I know a slicer issue when I see one :wink: @peopoly dedicated slicer, man!


#48

the lines are pararell to the vat? how are you slicing this piece? @Blastamon


#49

The lines are parallel to the vat. My slicing is from cura.


#50

which Cura?

We have fixed some of the slicing issue with Cura 3.5.1 slicing engine which is embedded in Asura 2.2. I recommend using Asura to slice and see if the effect persist.

Also, have you checked for the interference issue? It was what cause several users problem.