Hi, I feel so stressed and stuck with my design. Can you help me fixed me Extrusion rate for 3D printing? I want it to be 0.2 mm but it seems wrong when every single point has the same E value in the Gcode. I think the E value always increases move after move, but I don’t know how to do it. I want to make the relative extrusion rate not the absolute extrusion rate for Gcode. It means it is depositing a certain amount of material between each point. I’m sorry if I said something wrong. Because I work with Ender 3 S1 so I think Ender 3 S1 works under relative positioning. I just destroyed a plate of my 3D print.
Can you help me solve it? the last one is the wrong one and I’m struggling right now. I understand wrong about extrusion in that post. I work with Ender 3 S1 so I think Ender 3 S1 works under relative positioning. I want to make the relative extrusion rate not the absolute extrusion rate for Gcode.
the problem is quite different because the last post is about the absolute extrusion rate for Gcode, but I need the relative extrusion rate because I’m working with Ender 3 S1, and I think Ender 3 S1 works under relative positioning.
I understand you need help but that doesn’t change the fact that I don’t know what to do here.
From the formula I’d suggest using the lengths between two consecutive points, but this is a guess. And I don’t know what to plug for the first point - maybe 0 since it´s the first move, again : a guess.
I changed the title of the thread so maybe G-Code gurus can come to the rescue.
I am working on something similar. I am curious as to why d has a value of .05 when the equation of the attached link claims d should be the fillament diameter filament. I assume you are printing with 1.75mm diameter?