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Posted · Printing issues

Can anyone help, everything i seem to print no matter what it is it turns out like this then i just stop it straight away?

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Posted · Printing issues

I think you need to start by taking another picture. That pic is so blurry that it's impossible to properly see what's going on.

Also post what print settings you're using and what material you're printing with.

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Posted · Printing issues

Hi yeah sorry i have fixed the issue, it was because the belt on the x motor was lose and it kept slipping. Sorry for the picture but thanks for replying.

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