Are there any...
- Axis skips?
- foamy looking parts?
- inconsistent extrusion?
- lack of extrusion (some/none)?
Here is a .gcode (designed for PLA) made by our support staff, It's been tested, if you're using good filament and your printer is functioning properly, your traffic cone should look just the our cone in the picture.
If your print is still failing, submit a support request with a picture of your fail-cone and we will try to help diagnose the problem!
Right now this is a 3 hour print, I'm planning on updating the article with a larger cone for a longer print as a more thorough test.
This is an example of the exact same gcode, but with bad filament, it is important to note the the filament you use can have a drastic effect on the print:
It's best to store filament in an air-tight container to help preserve it. Most plastics are hygroscopic, meaning they absorb water from the air and this can damage them. Nylon is probably the most extreme in this regard, but PLA can be affected as well if it has been left out for weeks.