Best Corexy 3d printer 2019 | Printing at 800 mm/s on a FDM CoreXY – Can the HevORT do it?


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Printing at 800 mm/s on a FDM CoreXY - Can the HevORT do it?


Kenick or XY printer print faster than 500 millimeter per second. Let’s find out [Music]. Hello, everyone, so that’s me again trying to break the speed record with this printer so obviously. I’m not gonna shoot for perfect prints. Today we’re just gonna try to lay down some plastic. I’ve got the layer height that two point, two millimeter height and what I’ve done since last last video I made about 500 millimetre per second is I’ve changed some components to abs and some other ones, too carbon fiber nylons as well as the belts are now. Oh, am Gates and the pulleys our OEM gates police. So which are there’s a lot of difference in the feel of how they operates compared to any Chinese copy overs in that. And you’ll find on the market so right now. The printer has been tuned for PID tuning of obviously pressure events ringing with the M 593 command. Time to do it and we are about to launch the job for this This attempt, so this printer will be printing up to 240 240 degrees. The printer is gonna perform a self-leveling of the bed. Prior to start? Thinking acceleration are set that 7,000 millimeter per second per minute. I’m sorry, my mistake. We’re happy to details in the video section, so the bed that has been leveled. Now we’re gonna cure purge the nozzle. I made the model quite big, so I’m on the friend Who has that time to accelerate now. I’ve set the print speed. That 498 is our second right now! This is 200 as it is the first layer, so as it reaches to the second layer, we should see. Yeah, so this is 400 millimeters per second. Let me see if that. I’m going to do it right here. So fam is letting I’m gonna start to alternate fan -. I’ll turn the fans that I have more distinctive. Sometimes on the top. Are cheating here, darling. Renteria [Music] [Music] literally [Music]. Okay, so second attempt what I did was. I’ve lowered the baby steps on the duet. By minus ten, no neater, so that’s gonna give me them not so closer to the the bed, and I’ve installed a new layer of a fresh layer of magical, better vision stuff. So where we are going to try, start again 50 gonna bear the walk header first layer. I fell with the pressure events, so I did a massive interest reading, stuck with food and wine [Music] so that layer height of point two right now tells me that the volcano cannot melt plastic fast enough as you see that in the section right here As it accelerates, the middle point starts to to miss some material. So I don’t know – this. The temp all the way to 270 let’s see what it does, and then we can perhaps try to see. We’re moving it forward later, ripping. [MUSIC] All right, so it’s even gonna have to be smooth. It doesn’t show as being 400 millimeter per second, So let’s try to funk this a bit since Pete Becker [Music] see if the plastic still gets [Music] settings, Tep be ripping stretching the plastic, and that gives us a speed of spore and speedy. Lets let’s bump that past 500 I’m bringing this to 150 defectors. One thing I forgot to mention no. The motors on this printer are iii-vi force or experts and wipes. That sound is 10 of us new to me first time. I ever get to that seat, so we see that there is some plastic being up here in the front so accelerating gears that do the maximum, but gantry speeds moves that a five hundred and eighty millimeter per second EP in the corners 580 and the stretches [Music]. There’s vibration. Why is really accessible? I have to say that the printer is lets. Try to you! Let’s revise that layer’s layer height from point 2 to point 1 you will realize that and print on abort, okay, so this is the attempt. That’s 21 millimeter layer height. I’m setting the targeted heat values to 250 so we were. We reached all the way through 270 earlier, But let’s back it down a bit. So the plastic doesn’t suffer from that too much heat, which gives a quite some tearing in the layer so we are back to 201 meter per second on the first layer. You see it here? [MUSIC] You see a cornering is not so great. As pressure offense is visible community planners. Those are the fan’s 400 millimeters. Lets so speed Factor 115 [MUSIC] Twice that the motors are holding up towards way. That does it giving me so. Yeah, 600 This is a cornering at like, 22 and 600 in the specialist. Come to this table, smash, be my vibration. Here’s place closing borders, lets. Bring this [Music] [Music]! Whatever gets me, six 57-millimeter protecting on the streets, so there’s a requested speed of six babies and we are allowing the straights to obtain the desired value of six hundred and eighty millimeters per second, but in the corner, 170 of my maximum speed [Music] [Music] machine [Applause] [Music] temperature of the [Music] [Music] [Music] Let’s see the surface of that latest print that was we reached to 800 millimeter per second where it started to skip, but we were well into the 700 before that and 600 earlier on so layer. Actually, it doesn’t look that bad, so for for that, speed cornering could benefit from a better pressure advanced tuning now. It was completely disabled for this print. Ringing is not too bad, considering a close to 3000 jerk and into the six seven and eight thousand acceleration. So this is once again 0.1 millimeter height that was printed between 600 and they hate 800 so speed was being increased as the print was progressing. So let’s tweak a few things and do another attempt, so it likes to bring it to fire up again. Okay, here’s another attempt, so we have made a few changes so first of all, bumping the motor current from 1600 the milliamps -. I’m sorry it from 14 100 milliamps to 16 100 milliamps. So that is one thing that was done. Acceleration has been bumped to 10,000 and the jerk. I’ve reduced it sub 3000 So we’ll see what it gives Reiki. Now we’re printing at the requested for me. I’m gonna turn on the to good. Put the to your chamber. Cooling fans like this printer is shaking a bit more into the acceleration without waiting one millimeter per layer. We are at 600 600 millimeter per second And let’s bump this up all the way. [MUSIC] Lastly, Max. So the maximum is between see Im. I’m going at 800 right now again. Alright, so 22 playlist. So we’ve reached the 600 playing on printing a good, so I’ll start another. All right, so remove this and start again at 600 and we’re going to let it complete to see if we can have a good print. [MUSIC] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] so the print has been completed in 29 minutes at 600 and plus, And in fact, it’s about a good 20 minutes or 18 minutes ish over 700 millimetre per second. So let’s see what still very good layer adhesion We see a bit of where. I went front to 700 that the plastic maybe should have gained from being a bit hotter. I was at that. 250 but ringing is really acceptable surface. Finish is not that bad. The cornering there’s a bit of overshoot and then come back. That’s a fast prototyping. I think we’ve managed [Music]. This is it for this video. I hope you enjoyed it. I enjoyed for sure doing it for you. We can now confirm that it is possible for an FTM core XY printer to move quite fast, Of course, the speeds would be hard to replicate on smaller parts that have other angle than straight X and Y X. My angle on these type of prints are using the two motors to move. Therefore, the torque of the two motor is being used for those movements. Any type of other direction would create. Furthermore, step motor skipping. Let me know in the comment here below. What do you think of this video? And if you’d like me to do other tests in the future, don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and enter to click the bell sign. So you get all of the future updates. See you soon and happy printing.

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