Recently I have read a lot about this feature of Marlin, Linear Advance, so I am going to show you what I have learnt some days ago.
What linear advance is?
Is a very interesting feature of Marlin, that maintain constant the pressure inside the nozzle.
Ok, and what is the meaning of that?
As the pressure is constant, the change of speed during the printing does not affect to the quality of it, so the critical areas are pinted better. You will see a huge difference, specially on the corners.
Another good thing, is that you have well configured this feature, the jerk is not important if you use Marlin 1.1.x, and you can print faster withour loosing quality on your prints.
The last advantage is that the dimensional accuracy is increased a lot. Continue reading
I think that this is an essential improvement, because is a two in one improvement. You have a more stable x axis structure, and you change the stock carriage.
You can download the STL files here, and has been made by a partner on Anet E-10 telegram group. He takes in consideration all our suggestions, one example, is to design the right holder with holes, that is very useful if you have a dipstick longer than the recommended one.
You can see the result here:
To mount this improvement on your printer you need: