This week I got an Ender 3. When printing the models, I get some inaccuracies on them. I tried printing a low-polygon chess rook, and it isn't printed accurately. It has these additional plastic printed that shouldn't be there:
It also isn't symmetrical:
On the top there should be 4 identical cuboids, but on the 2 of them there isn't plastic inside and also they are slightly wider:
This is the STL file and also the G-code file sliced by Ultimaker Cura: files
- printer: Ender 3 (nothing is modded, no parts have been changed)
- slicing software: Ultimaker Cura
- slicing settings:
- layer height: 0.12 mm
- printing speed: 30 mm/s
- initial layer printing speed: 20 mm/s
- brim adhesion
- quality: 0.16 mm
- fan speed: 100%
I have properly calibrated the Esteps/mm and I have levelled the bed correctly.
I would really appreciate your help, I'm new to the 3D printing world.
To follow up advice from comments, I've tightened the X-axis belt and printed the calibration cube, I think now it should be good: