hi community, i find nothing about the maximum acceleration speed of x and y axis also what i dont know is the maximum of extrusion speed.

does anyone know this specs and can tell me?

big thx.

hi community, i find nothing about the maximum acceleration speed of x and y axis also what i dont know is the maximum of extrusion speed.

does anyone know this specs and can tell me?

big thx.

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Formula for Volumetric Flow Rate

Mathematical Formula for Volumetric Flow Rate -mm3/s

"LineWidth x LayerHeight x Printing Speed = mm3/s (See example below)

0.4 x 0.2 x 60mmsec = 4.8 (mm3/s)

As you can see its pretty easy to work out-

The Hotend should have a Max Recommend mm3/s number in its Specs-- ED3v6 = 11 mm3/s

I am not sure on the Sovol SV06+ Hotend max Volume, it is a Volcano style so it should be pretty good and around the - 15mm3/s would be safe max- but iâ€™v read people doing ( 25mm3/s )

Now, the actually flow rate is a huge can of worms which is why nobody has answered your question, mainly because there a lot variables that go into a flow rateâ€“

Go Here it has some other info that you might find interesting too- I am not connected in any way to this website at all, just some good information everyone should know -.

All the Best

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I mean i would like to know how fast the x axis motor can speed up (acceleration) also how fast can z Axis be. And the motor from extruder is smaller so I think this is not so fast in acceleration and max speed like the other ones. Formula to calc the volumetric flow rate is known but this information is not what I looking for

I will put the max datas to my slicer program to get a better calculation about the working time. When prusaslicer is calc wit a acceleration of 5000 or only 2000mm2/s is a big difference in big printjobs and to get a more accurate information thatâ€™s why I search this specs

You must go to the touchscreen, and there, if you dare, enter the forbidden land and find your quest

Thx for the tip iâ€™ll check it later. All I know is that I can set the steps there. So I havenâ€™t looked there yet to find my question.

In LCD menu you have an â€śAdvance Settingâ€ť if you go in there you find the Acceleration section and other stuffâ€¦- they have it set to1500mm/sec which is pretty well standard across most printers- you can increase this by just typing in the number you want but, but you can some damage with higher numbers, (so be careful)

Iâ€™m pretty sure your Slicer value Will Not Override these numbers as there act like a safety feature, So if you put 2500mm/sec for Acceleration in your Slicer your printer will still only do 1500m/sec unless you change the value in the LCD Menu-.

This applies for Jerk and other value in there too -

is this the info youâ€™re after ?