If you look closely at the model, the lowest part of the body is clear of the legs on both side. So it would have to be drawn in the air, unless the slicer detects that it can’t print mid-air and removes it, in which case part of the mode would be missing
The nonattached bottom of the body is, as my slicer clearly shows, drawn in mid air. I see 2 ways to get it to stick. Support, or stringing. Or increase layer thickness so that it will be drawn at the same layer as lowest part of body. Or adjust first layer height if that could cause some of the next layer to be calculated to be printed with the hanging part. It is just one loop.
Where do I have a problem with too hot apart from the loop ? What to look for ?
The loop is squashed because of the 5s layer time, and the printhead resting more or less in the PLA. That would be solved if I move the Z-axis for the waiting period. Craftware can do that, so I have no worries here.
Looks like I might have a very slight issue at the bottom of the ears.
My goal is to find the best settings to use on a complicated job like this. Not print 4 to work around the cooling.
Printed at double speed and 0.2mm layers, and the model is much rougher of course, but it is the same 3 issues I can spot. The 5s pause at loop. The center lower body first loop, and a slight imperfection at the first layer of the ears. So increasing speed and layer thickness did not change much. The 0.2mm is more blank.