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Posted (edited) · Looking for advise on Printing issues

Hi

I've been having the same print issues lately.  The prints look as if it is skipping lines and that5a33128643c53_printissues.thumb.jpg.87e0dc1f5b867aa21da97f8d572eb8f2.jpg there are print voids

I've attached a picture of what all of my prints look like.

Any suggestions on why this may be occurring.  I have already performed the nozzle cleaning with the atomic method

Thank You for any help you can provide

Thank You

Specs:

Ultimaker Original

heated bed upgrade

PLA

Default temps - 210 PLA and 70 bed

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Posted · Looking for advise on Printing issues

looks like under extrusion unless you turned on fuzzy skin??

have a read of THIS

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