5.1.3.9 Speed

(1) Speed

Default Printing Speed refers to the speed of printing non-specified area.

Inner Shell Speed refers to the printing speed for the inner shell of the model.

Outer Shell Speed refers to the printing speed for the outer shell of the model.

Figure 1: Only the shell located at outer edge is the outer shell. All remaining shells are inner shells.


(2) First Layer Settings

First Layer Speed refers to the printing speed for the model’s first layer.


(3) Infill

Infill Speed refers to the printing speed for the model’s infill structure.


(4) Solid Fill

Bottom Solid Fill Speed refers to the printing speed for solid bottom layers.

Top Solid Fill Speed refers to the printing speed for solid top layers.

Top Surface Solid Fill Speed refers to the printing speed for solid top surface layers.

Bottom Surface Solid Fill Speed refers to the printing speed for solid bottom surface layers.


(5) Travel

X/Y Axis Movement Speed refers to the speed that the nozzle moves at from one place to another place without printing in X and Y directions.

Z Axis Movement Speed refers to the speed that the build plate moves at without printing in Z direction.


(6) Support

Support Speed refers to the printing speed for the support structure.

Solid Base Layer Speed refers to the printing speed for the solid base layer.

Dense Support Speed refers to the printing speed for the dense support structure.


(7) Thin Wall

Thin Wall Speed refers to the printing speed for the thin wall structure.


(8) Gap Filling

Gap Filling Speed refers to the speed of printing the gap filling.

Single Extrusion Filling Speed refers to the speed of filling small gap of single extrusion.


(9) Bridging

Bridging Speed refers to the speed of printing the bridging.

Bridging Shells Speed refers to the speed of the printing shells that are bridging.


(10) Overhang Shells

Overhang Shells Speed refers to the printing speed for the overhang shells structure.


(11) Other

Slow Down First Few Layers refers that with this function enabled, the printing speed of first few layers will be reduced. It increases adhesion, but takes longer time to print.


Figure 2: Speed tab.


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