I set all the acceleration values in Cura to 2000 (Generates a M204 S2000 g-code)
I looked at the g-code generated from Mattercontrol, but could not find any m204 codes so I used the 2000 value from the Smoothieware config file on the Pulse XE:
acceleration 2000 # Acceleration in mm/second/second.
z_acceleration 500 # Acceleration for Z only moves in mm/s^2, 0 disables it, disabled by default. DO NOT SET ON A DELTA
acceleration_ticks_per_second 1000 # Number of times per second the speed is updated
I could not find a setting in Cura equivalent to acceleration_ticks_per_second.
The print is still way too jerky.
I also set the Jerk settings in cura to 7 (pretty low value)
If there are any Pulse XE with 32 bit upgrade Cura users out there, what is a reasonable value for acceleration so the machine does not try to dance off the table?
I wish that Matterhackers would look at this forum once in a while. I guess they get piled on if they do so they take the easy way out and just let their customers flounder.
I recently read a review that said Matterhackers support don't have knowledge of any of the upgrades they offer - They only know about the machine that they have on their desk and not much about that - I'm beginning to think that may be true.
They do have a great marketing department though, I was suckered in as a first time 3D printer buyer.
i hear that
450 dollars for a 150 dollar mainboard, and everything else that is the extremely overpriced pulse printer