Voron V0.1 - Ferrari among 3D printers (V0.1430)

Finished assembly and tuning of my new Voron V0.1. Stationary parts are from aluminum kit, rest I printed in ASA-X. Small size allows to reach very decent speeds and accelerations: fast profile 175/306 mm/s (perimeters / infill) with acceleration of 25'000 mm/s². For high quality - 80/150 mm/s, 15'000 mm/s². Fast acceleration and direct extruder make parameters tuning for high quality comparatively easy as extrusion speed is nearly constant. Also, pressure advance + input shaper allowed to increase acceleration from 5'000 to 25'000 mm/s² with no quality degradation on the corners.

It all works on Fluidd+Klipper, SKR-PRO v1.2 + Raspberry Pi 4. When printing 306mm/s @265°C - 40W heater is no longer enough, so I had to overclock printer a little to 28V (+36% heater power). 28V is a limit for TMC2209.

Initially I was considering to participate in SpeedBenchy contest - but things there went too far in the direction of "too fast / too bad". Printing at these speeds is limited by plastic cooling - this is why achievable speeds for high quality prints for ABS/ASA are several times higher than PLA. I.e. printing above 200mm/s is all about cooling, and is a contest of fans and air-ducts.

Update: Got my serial number V0.1430 :-)
February 8, 2022