Printing Tips for 3DUPFitters Parts
Customers have the option of printing their own parts for our enclosures, which begs the question of what are the best settings? The main consideration is strength, but you also want the parts to look as good as possible. We recommend ABS or ASA, but PETG will also work if you don't already have an enclosure.
|Filament Type||ABS, ASA, or PETG|
|Fill Pattern||Gyroid or 3D Honeycomb|
The corner connectors need to be set so the wavy part is on the plate:
These should be set on their side so that the layers add rather than subtract from their strength.
These don't seem to be too sensitive to position. Theoretically laying them flat would give the most strength but we usually just print them standing up and have never had a problem.