FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) and LDM (Liquid Deposition Modeling) 3D printers are designed with specific mechanics and extrusion systems that can greatly influence the printing process and final results. It is important to keep in mind that each 3D printer has its own inherent characteristics, benefits, and limitations, which may differ from one model to another.

When comparing two different printers, it's crucial to consider the following:

PRINT PROFILE SETUP: Each 3D printer requires a specific print profile that determines temperature, speed, layer height, and other critical variables settings for optimal results. Make sure that you have correctly configured the print profile for your printer according to the material and the type of object you want to print.

PRINTER SIZE: The size of the  printer affects the type and size of the objects you can print. Make sure that the printer is suitable for the size of your projects and that the settings are proportionate to the print bed.

TYPE OF MATERIALS: Different types of materials, such as PLA, ABS, PETG, etc., require specific settings to achieve high-quality printing results. Check that you are using the correct material for your printer and make sure that the settings are adapted to it.

MODEL GEOMETRY: The complexity and geometry of your model can affect the printing process. Verify that the model has been properly designed for 3D printing and that it does not contain any modeling errors.

MAINTENANCE: Make sure your printer is well-maintained and that all components are in good working order. Mechanical problems or the presence of material residue inside the extruder can adversely affect print quality.

USER EXPERIENCE: Learning how to use a new printer takes time and experience. Familiarize yourself with the operation of your printer, perform calibration tests, and gain experience in troubleshooting any issues that may arise during printing.