The print speed we mentioned above of course is only as a reference. This is because the most suitable 3d print speed should be determined by the size, shape and complexity of a 3d model. A faster 3d printing speed may be applicable to a simple cube-like 3d model. However, if there is a detailed decoration on the cube-like 3d model, slower 3d print speed should be used in order to 3d print it with a stable and good quality. Therefore, users may need to test print with different speeds before they are ultimately able to get the quality 3d printed model. Normally, 50mm/s to 60mm/s is a good print speed to start with.
1. 3d printed model warping
2. Under or over extrusion
3. The printing material cannot firmly attach to the build plate when printing the first layer of the 3d model
Therefore it is very important to get an optimized 3d print speed in order to get a good quality 3d printout.