I am just trying to figure out what the Rheological setpoint actually does and was wondering if anyone can add any clarification? For added information, I am printing with a custom/experimental ink so I am not using any of the inks purchased from Voltera.
For your convenience, on the “Print settings overview” page it list the following for Rhelogical setpoint:
As mentioned above, this parameter and the Kick are the two most important parameters for printing consistency and quality. While Kick controls the amount of pressure applied to the fluid, Rheological Setpoint controls how the V-One compensates for the flow rate over time. For high-viscosity compressible fluids (like the conductive ink or solder paste), this parameter is increased if the flow rate is decreasing over time.
How does this parameter “compensate the flowrate over time”? Is this compensation happening throughout a print session or across multiple days/weeks? What is the compensation actually doing?
Thank your help!