In 3D printing, stringing refers to the occurrence of irregular filament strands during the printing process.
If stringing occurs, appropriate adjustments and experiments are required until the optimal printing result is achieved. The following methods can be attempted for troubleshooting:
If the printing temperature is too high, the material is prone to melt and string. Reduce the printing temperature by 5℃ increments from the original parameters and conduct multiple adjustment tests to confirm the optimal printing temperature.
If the printing speed is too fast, the material may not keep up with the speed, resulting in stringing. Please appropriately decrease the printing speed (try different parameters multiple times) to confirm the optimal printing speed for the best printing result.
If the travel speed is too slow, material leakage and stringing may occur during movement due to the nozzle being in a high-temperature state during printing. Increase the travel speed appropriately (try different parameters multiple times) to confirm the optimal travel speed for the best printing result.
Nozzle clogging or dirt may cause stringing. Regularly cleaning the nozzle can avoid such problems.
If the above methods cannot solve the problem, it may be necessary to replace the PLA material, especially if the material has aged or become damp.
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