; generated by Slic3r 0.6.0 on 2012-02-23 at 15:13:17 ; layer_height = 0.2 ; perimeters = 3 ; solid_layers = 3 ; fill_density = 0.5 ; nozzle_diameter = 0.35 ; filament_diameter = 3.0 ; perimeter_speed = 30 ; infill_speed = 30 ; travel_speed = 100 ; extrusion_width_ratio = 0 ; scale = 1 ; single wall width = 0.49mm
This is a calibration procedure for Slic3r:
Set your layer height to 0.2mm and your extrusion width ratio to 2. This should give extrusion threads with a 0.4mm width.
Then take a cube, slice it with 1 perimeter, 0 solid layers and 0 fill density. It will print like a hollow calibration piece.
Then you can measure the width of a wall and check whether it matches the expected 0.4mm. If not, reduce or increase the amount of plastic using the Extrusion Multiplier.
If you do that, let me know your results: I'm very interested in them.