When printing a big base on the bed, I got no warping, but once I print small part (3 or less inches wide), there is a bit of warping on my piece as I remove it.
It is 2 inches wide by 1 mm thick by the base. It seems to be well sticked to the bed while printing, but once removed, it bends a bit. I tried multiple times and it bends at a different place.
I was wondering if it may be thicker if it won't bend at all.
Can you guys help me with it?
Here my Slic3r settings:
# generated by PrusaSlicer 2.1.0+win64 on 2019-10-19 at 11:38:38 UTC avoid_crossing_perimeters = 0 bed_temperature = 60 bottom_fill_pattern = rectilinear bottom_solid_layers = 7 brim_width = 5 cooling = 1 end_filament_gcode = "; Filament-specific end gcode \n;END gcode for filament\n" end_gcode = M104 S0 ; turn off temperature\nG28 X0 Y0 ; home X and Y axis\nG1 Z210 F5000 ; Send Z to top\nM84 ; disable motors\n ensure_vertical_shell_thickness = 1 external_perimeter_extrusion_width = 0.45 external_perimeter_speed = 50% extrusion_multiplier = 1 extrusion_width = 0.45 fan_always_on = 1 filament_diameter = 1.75 filament_settings_id = "FlyingBear Ghost 4" filament_type = PLA fill_angle = 45 fill_density = 20% fill_pattern = stars first_layer_bed_temperature = 65 first_layer_extrusion_width = 0.42 first_layer_height = 0.2 first_layer_speed = 30 first_layer_temperature = 200 infill_extrusion_width = 0.45 infill_overlap = 25% infill_speed = 80 layer_height = 0.1 nozzle_diameter = 0.4 perimeter_extruder = 1 perimeter_extrusion_width = 0.45 perimeter_speed = 45 print_settings_id = FlyingBear Ghost 4 printer_settings_id = FlyingBear Ghost 4 printer_technology = FFF retract_before_travel = 1 retract_before_wipe = 0% retract_layer_change = 1 retract_length = 0.8 retract_length_toolchange = 10 retract_lift = 0 retract_lift_above = 0 retract_lift_below = 209 retract_restart_extra = 0 retract_restart_extra_toolchange = 0 retract_speed = 40 seam_position = aligned
As I said, I got no problem adhering to the bed, it's when I remove it from the bed it becomes deformed.