The various parameters of the 3D printer are set in such a way that there is enough time for filament heating, filament extrusion and thereafter filament cooling. If the layer thickness goes up (i.e. at lower resolution) reduce the printing speed and turn up the printing temperature properly (If printing speed is over 60 mm/s, turn up by 5 degrees; if over 90 mm/s; turn up by 10 degrees). Conversely, if the layer thickness goes down (i.e. Printing at higher resolution), increase the printing speed and also turn down the printing temperature.

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