Its been a long time since i received my Delta Printer and i managed to get it to print recently. My first print was a Chess Piece.
As you can see, its a pretty good print and i really liked it, the outside only.
This print looks wonderful from the outside but the inside is actually disastrous.
Noticed the strands coming out where it shouldn't be. This should be a rather easy print but the result was as such. I thought it was probably because its the first print after so long that resulted in this.
So , i decided to give it another go, this time round, a rather popular yet complicated model.
Introducing Groot? From the Guardian of the Galaxy.
I realised that this is a huge jump from a simple chess piece, but as a curious person, i couldn't wait to test the capability of this printer.
Again, it looked great, on the outside. However, on further inspection, you can actually see gaps appearing on the print. Mostly on the bottom.
So, these are the holes that are appearing on the body of the print, which makes me wonder why is the print on the top so smooth yet the print on the bottom so rough?
That is not the end of the issue yet, there is another much worse problem.
So, the base of the print. I am not sure whether it is supposed to be exposed or not which i am assuming no. Looking at the print, one can tell that honeycomb was selected for the infill method. But is it supposed to be so messy? Isn't it supposed to look clean?
So, summarizing the entire issue:
* Gaps appearing on the print
* Messy support on the inside
* Strange sound from the spool when printing
if anyone has encountered such problems before, please tell me how you solved it, what settings you use, any special preparation. I am very new to the printer and the first 2 print tells me that the printer can do much better. Thank You in Advance!