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  1. Ha, ya it may be just that. I have been printing a massive model and haven't changed from white for quite a while. This problem has only cropped up since I have been using white so maybe that's the issue. It just seemed so odd that all of a sudden, everything was out of whack but also has contradicting results. Like, really solid layers, but the walls aren't touching. Anyways, I am almost done my printing with white, and I will change it out and see if that's the root cause. Thanks for the input, I completely forgot about that possibility.
  2. Having some problems all of a sudden, so I ran a test print and I am wondering the best way to tackle them since they seemed to all appear at once. Could be the new filament I'm using. Walls don't meet up with interior well anymore and everything is pretty stringy. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! poor detail stringy poor bridging not meeting up with walls
  3. Bah! I didn't realize this either. Printing a large sword and the hilt was resized. Last piece and largest piece. 24 hr print later, it's smaller than every other part. So annoying. Thanks for getting a fix in there quick though.
  4. Thanks for the reply. I didn't see this till just now. i will try those out and let you know how I go. It's weird as this problem has never popped up until just now but thanks for the input.
  5. Has anyone come across this at all? I haven't been able to find any other posts about behaviour like this. The shell is printing great but everytime it tries to do the infill, it comes out looking like the picture. I jut switched over from ABS to PLA and had a hell of a time unclogging it, but eventually got it extruding nicely. If it wasn't for the shell, I would think there is a clog. I have this printing under the default normal settings. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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