Problems with printing

Something shown down below happens to me. What can be causes of this hapenning? I use a coropad, my davinci pro 3in1 is calibrated well, I use ABS on 240 degrees nozzle and 90 degrees bed; I also have my printer closed completely. If any more details are needed just ask I will try to do my best. 

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I use a glass bed on my da Vinci Pro 1.0 with aquanet hairspray (purple can) after cleaning the glass with rubbing alcohol.  I print about 230 with ABS on the 90 degree bed.  Depending on what slicer you are using, if you can have the first layer print at 85% height so it's pressed into the bed a little more.  I have great luck with glass beds on all my printers.  Hope this helps!

 

 

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i use the xyzware for pro and i dont really think it is in there but is there any slicer that provides such a thing and also works with my printer and also is for free?

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try putting some glues stick on the printbed or rise it to 95c

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well glue stick on coropad is not the best idea i think as it is not soft like aluminum or glass and i cant rise the temperature further - 90 is max

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Probably need to go hotter on the bed and make sure it is extremely clean.

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the thing is that 1st 90 degrees is max and 2nd i always clean it very precisely (with wet paper and then with some alcohol to unfatten it

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The temp is really the most likely issue.  Larger parts in ABS are really going to need a hotter bed to not warp or lose adhesion.

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well i cant go further than 90 so yup

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Well then!  If you are maxed out on the temp then maybe work with more brim.  Make it wider and maybe 3-5 layers thick.

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you mean the brim 3-5 layers? i dont have that option in my slicer so maybe you have one that is free and provides some useful options? (i use the xyzware for pro so i guess its not so good ;/)

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I am not familiar with that slicer but there is not the option to have more than on layer for a skirt or brim?

 

Slic3r and Cura are two popular free ones.  You may need to google a bunch to get setups and configurations going ok though.

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well there are no such options in mine so i will definately try out slic3r as i have heard that it is good

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