This corner looks generally a bit strange. I would say that your bed is not very well leveled, but the S5 make the active leveling, so this could not be the reason. So maybe your glass is not really flat? You see it in the whole corner, that the first layer is not squished into the glass as on the other corners. (or maybe it looks like that only on the photo)
Another issue could be that the glass was not clean enough, some grease from the fingers or something like that.
You could try to turn or position the model on another place on the glass, to see if it makes a difference and if the problem is only in that spot.
I'm trying to create a webapp that allows my customers to slice their model and see it's cost before they decide to send it to me for printing. I had the idea of using Cura since it's open-source - has anyone attempted something similar before?
Was wondering if anyone could help me with this print.
It's a very straight forward part, printed on an S5 using ColorFABB PLA/PHA Filament.
Looking to model 4 screw holes, and this view is showing the first layer of the model, so the central part is support plastic to be removed.
First three corners print great, but the final hole is shown at the bottom...
Does anyone have any ideas why might be causing this?
Thanks in advance for any solutions to my issue you may have.
As an idea for the whole community, would it be possible to have a page of print error photos which link back to the original question and subsequent answers.
This would seem to make sense. If I can see a picture of a similar error I'll know I'm getting close to finding an answer. Just a suggestion!
It is more like the engine humming sound and thought that this sound cannot be the steppers. Then I checked the back fans and they were on full speed. After I aborted the print, the fans went back to normal speed and were not noticeable anymore. I could just feel the airflow.
I wouldn't worry about that anymore, the sound is unusual, but certainly nothing to worry about.