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Sevione

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  1. Yeah my CW and CCW terms come from if you were to look straight down at the build plate. Thank you for the analysis of my picture. It's good to know that it was due to the nozzle being too far so that is something I can look out for. Funny enough my print seems to be going okay for now and actually sticking since I washed it in the sink with detergent, besides the brim lifting in the photo below where I taped it down a little. What would cause the lifting of the brim in that area? Is the nozzle too far from the build plate and not causing it to stick/squish properly? Is the nozzle distan
  2. Everything including the first layer is printed in 0.2mm layer height and nothing else. The nozzle being too far form the build plate is something I can work with - in my most recent photos, where do you think this is occurring? Is this what happened where I taped the corner of my print? Should I turn all three screws CW a little more? I dont use any bonding method. I live in a humid place (70%+ everyday) since January and haven’t had this problem before and just use the heated bed. I don’t like to use any kind of glue or anything because I find that it makes the bonding eve
  3. Update: Hope I don't get in trouble for a double post but I am unable to edit my original post. I'm about to go to work then I'll be in bed so thought I'd add this now. As I was trawling through these forums some more I found a post by gr5 who linked to a video below and this is what I did after watching. 1. Followed his bed leveling procedure by having the nozzle one click above the build plate. Not using paper and doing the "tap" and hearing a "clink" for the other two screws. 2. Started my print again and obviously the nozzle was far too close to the plate and producing pretty
  4. Hey everyone, I recently moved my printer to another room. I printed something I've printed a dozen times before and it printed perfect. Then I went to print something else I've printed over a dozen times before and now I've run into issues of my prints no longer sticking to the bed properly. The problem: When the filament is being laid down, it's almost like it's just hovering above the air in some places, almost like it's too far from the print bed. This is when I move the print bed closer to the nozzle but then I start running into problems where it's almost like it's too clo
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