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  1. Again i would think that a 3500 euro machine and a company that has been the pioneer of 3D printing will take those factor into consideration when designing a new machine. I just done have the time for failing prints because of things like that.
  2. Nope support placement was set to everything.
  3. the autoleveling was turned on. I'm not sure why the worms happened, its not oozing of material but failed adhesion i think. I didn't change any setting in cura and even updated it to 2.5 with same results. Because of the problems i had with the printer i returned it. i am very disappointed with how it performed. with a 3500 euro machine you expect performance and reliability - unfortunately the UL3 didn't live to those expectation very disappointing.
  4. Still having the same problem, the PVA support strings and collapse during the print.... Total fail. any advise?
  5. Thanks for the advice, i will give it a try this weekend. Im using Cura 2.4, will keep you posted.
  6. Hi, I have been having a lot of issues with PVA not sticking to PLA. I have tried calibrating both the XY and Z, with no help. I have tried cleaning the BB nozel. Same problem. Any suggestions?
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