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Posted · Printing quality is so bad

Hi, I'm UM2 user in Korea, so please understand even if you can't read my English.

My problem is bad output of UM2

I've used UM2 about 1 year, but I can't get anyting from my 3D printer.

Please watch these images :

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I've changed filament and nozzle(new) and PTEF coupler.

But It still doesn't work!

And I cleaned knuckle of extruder, and changed setting of filament diameter from 2.85mm to 2.95mm

How can I do more?

Please help me!

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Posted · Printing quality is so bad

Think indeed you need to create 1 mm of distance between the PTFE and the Hot-end-isolator (metal part with holes). You do this by turning the hot-end-isolator. You may need the heat the nozzle a bit to be able to.

another thing, why did you change filament diameter to 2.95 ? is it because you actually use thicker filament? if so this can be a reason for under-extrusion due to higher friction in the bowden tube, you should better stick to 2.85 mm filament.

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Posted · Printing quality is so bad

True and also if he uses 2.85 but configures it to 2.95 it will push less filament making underextrusion as well.

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