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ABS PRINTING PROBLEM

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Hi everyone

I hope you can help me with this model I made, the surface has a lot of holes.

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print settings:

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the layers in the view mode looks horrible too.

btw, its the first time it happens, I already printed another models in ABS and everything was ok.

If you guys have any idea please let me know.

thanks.

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I am not convinced it is an ABS problem, maybe a problem in the model itself?

Have you tried fixing it in netfabb or meshmixer? Some software tools can run repairs where they close meshes etc.

And you have printed this without support? In that case that arm came out pretty impressive !!

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hello SandervG,

it was printed whit supports, fixed in netfabb and meshmixer.

Then I found this in the black magic options: "only follow mesh surface".

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but now the problem is the base, seems that there is a new hole.

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