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  1. Thank you for your message! After all I did not try to hack the board. I have soldering experience but not with SMD boards, it's just too small... After I saw a video on the new updated mainboard for the Ender 3 with TMC2208 drivers, I decided to go for that :)
  2. Thanks a lot for your suggestions, will try that :)
  3. Okay, so I understand the problem is the A4988 drivers. Instead of modifying and possibly destroying the board, would replacing my current board (Ender 3 v1.1.3) with the new v1.1.4 board solve the Zebra stripes issue? The v1.1.4 board has TMC2208 drivers. Thanks in advance!! Edit: after all I think the modification is not that hard. I'll just bridge the resistors with a little solder. I'll try that first.
  4. Thank you very much. This seems to make sense! Will look further into it. But for what I found so far, this happens on the Ender 3 as well.
  5. Hello all, After a lot of testing and trying I now have got the 3d printed train I made already quite good. However there are some wall artefacts that I do not know how to get rid of. The front of the train is tapered from behind the first doors (hence the diagonal lines there) Over the whole length of the train the bottom and top are drawn in a slight corner from just under the windows inwards. I added some pictures to highlight where the lines are visible. It's like infill is shining through however Cura does not show this. The walls are drawn 4 lines thick. My Quality/Wall settings in Cura: Printer is an Ender 3 nozzle 0.3mm. Thanks a lot for your help!!
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