The machine does not print this part well with this material

If you’re having trouble printing a part with a certain material, it’s important to perform a series of checks and considerations to achieve better printing results. Here are some steps to follow:

SUITABLE MATERIAL: Check that the material you are using is suitable for your application. Different materials have different properties, such as printing temperature, strength, and flexibility. Make sure you’re using a material that’s compatible with your project.

Some materials can absorb moisture or deteriorate over time, which can affect print quality. Check that the material is not degraded.

CHECK MODEL GEOMETRY: Check that your 3D  model has geometry that is suitable for 3D printing. It is important that the model is well-designed, with no gaps, holes in the surface of the model, or geometric errors that could cause problems when printing.

Please note that WASP cannot guarantee positive results for projects that are not compatible with printing technology.

CHECK YOUR SLICER SETTINGS: Make sure you are using the slicer settings that are in accordance with your machine. You can find our official press profiles on our website. These profiles have been optimized to work best with our printers.

CLEAN EXTRUDER: Check that the printer extruder is clean and free of material residue or obstructions. Clean the nozzle if necessary and make sure the filament flows freely.

PROPER MECHANICAL OPERATION: Check that your printer is in good mechanical condition. Check that all belts are properly tightened, that there are no damaged components, and that the axles are moving smoothly.

USE BASIC PROFILES: Start with the basic print profiles we provide. These can be easily found in the downloads section https://www.3dwasp.com/download/ of our website. You can select the extruder or printer model you have and make adjustments to suit your specific needs.

PRINTING EXPERIENCE: Some advanced materials require some printing experience, especially when it comes to complex geometries. Experiments and practice can help you better understand how to achieve optimal results.

MATERIAL GUIDES: Check out our material guides, if available. These guides contain useful information on how to deal with specific materials and solve common problems.

CUSTOM COURSES: If you need specific assistance or want to deepen your skills, consider the option of custom printing courses. These courses are designed to address your specific needs and can help you achieve your desired results.

We are here to support you in your 3D printing experience and to answer your questions. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our technical support team.