I'm currently printing a "coin", which is quite high (about 4CM) compared to it's width (3MM), and I'm printing it standing on the side, as the faces wouldn't be printed as nicely otherwise.
However, this also means the entire weight of the coin rests on a very small space, which then deforms because of the pressure.
I've tried reducing the temperature of the bed (to 60°, printing with ABS), which didn't seem to change anything (apart from a small crack in the coin - probably warping due to missing heat).
My guess is that the ABS doesn't have time to solidify fully, so either I need to turn off the bed or pause the print in-between.
Or find a way to distribute the weight more evenly, but unless I add tons of support structures, I don't think that's a solution.
Not heating the bed at all will obviously lead to problems. I suppose I could heat it up to have the chamber warmed up, then let it cool down a bit.
Pausing the print manually is time-consuming and probably will ruin the print (as the nozzle would remain where it is).
So the idea solution, IMO, would be to have a way to tell the printer to wait/change temperature - I know there are GCodes that can do that, but is there an easy way to have Voxelizer do this? Or do I have to use another slicer (I'm thinking of Cura), or edit the gcode file manually?