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  1. I've been having this problem recently myself, started with new version of cura. Not sure if it's the same issue, new files I've been slicing are starting the z height higher then it should be, and not squishing the layers properly. Printing old files indicates it's a slicer issue (the old files print fine). I don't have a solution yet, but figured I would mention it as I look for a solution, if you have any suggestions.
  2. When I started using 3.1, and later 3.2, I started having similar issues, I had very little stringing problems beforehand, and with each updated version of cura it seems to get worse. I use a Prusa mk2, recently replaced my nozzle and whatnot (after the issue started). I have a whole bunch of old g code files to print, which have no issues. It only occurs on new ones.
  3. Thank you so much for responding, It's set to zero. After making sure I tried printing it to see if I had it set to something else for some reason beforehand and it had the same issue. It's technically a different model, but it's very similar/different iteration from the same file. I tried resetting all my slicing properties as well in case I screwed something up, which didn't help. I think I used 2.6 or something around that for the old version, and I am currently using 3.2.1. I started having this issue with 3.1, and I thought I had sorted it out but it came back wit
  4. I've been having the same issue. I'm trying to ask questions but don't seem to be getting any responses
  5. I have been having some issues with layer heights recently, some with under extrusion on all layers, but particularly with first layer height issues. When I slice with cura I noticed that the first layer was about 2mm above the bed and I have no idea why. I re calibrated the printer, and printed an old profile/gcode which worked perfectly fine, but anything new doesn't work. Any suggestions?
  6. I recently downloaded the new version of Cura (3.1) after putting it off for a while. After doing so I started having an issue when my printer changes layers, where it looks like it's not completing the layer or its under or over extruding in these areas as the Z axis moves. I don't have a picture of this at the moment but can get one if needed. As part of trouble shooting I went back and printed some old G code files I had to see if it was the printer, but that defect didn't appear in these prints. I then I started printing some cubes using Cura 3.1 to see what the issue is, and it looks like
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