Previously we introduced what is print speed and it's function. Today we are going to talk about another speed called travel speed.
Travel speed is a moving speed of the print head during non-printing status, which means the print head moves without squeezing the printing material out from the nozzle.
If travel speed is too slow, it may lead to stringing issue found on the printout. In general, we can set the travel speed at 80mm/s, and if stringing problem is found, we can set the travel speed higher.
If you want to set the travel speed in the Flashforge's 3d printing software Flashprint, you can follow the below screenshots: