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STRANGE ISSUE?

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Hey guys,

I have the attached issue, i have printed this gcode a few times and had no issues at all. All of a sudden i get this mess and have now had that at least 4 times.

Very strange! I read online to try and tighten all the belt screws, which i have done and same issue. I am just trying to print it more central on the bed to see if that makes a difference.

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yes they are. it looks like shifting layers. i guess you went through all of This?

 

I have tightend all the screws as shown apart from the ones behind the metal boxes, I am just trying another print with the object more central to see if that makes a difference and will then try doing the pully motor screws

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