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  1. Oops, sorry! Thank you 🙂 I don't think it's belts or extruder, as I've printed 5 of the same object and the defects all happen the same way in the same place from what I can gather. It's just really odd, e-steps are fine, and the next usual step for calibrating the profile is to measure flow.. but stock profile and calibrated e-steps leave me with little ideas on how to move forward, when it's over extruding based on a few line width tests. It's just standard speed of 50mm/s, everything is virtually stock in the profile, except infill/perimeter numbers (and recently seam alignment to sha
  2. Hoping someone can help, I'm pulling my hair out over here. I can increase the flow, but it's already over extruding and I feel that's just a band-aid fix, not really getting to the root of the problem. I've calibrated my e-steps, and rechecked them last night to confirm they're still correct. Filament is 3DFillies Silk Red PLA+, and eSuns Black PLA+ (Both measure at around 1.73mm). I have attempted to calibrate flow, by measuring the perimeter/line width on a hollow 20mm wide cube (also later a 35mm perimeter test model). If anything, it's consistently measuring 0.
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