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Posted · UM2 - Seaweed Infill Issue

Curious if anyone has seen this before?

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I had just did some Atomic cleaning, created a decent print, then the next day this started happening. Was just about to Atomic pull it again, but thought I'd ask if anyone else has seen this issue and if I'm just gonna have to Atomic'ly clean my hot end before every print?

I did just order a Olsson Block, should be here this weekend. So maybe that will help clean up my issue. But I would like to make sure I have a working backup hot end just incase ;)

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Posted · UM2 - Seaweed Infill Issue

If your walls are ok my first guess is your infill speed is to high so check your settings and try to print infill slower.

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Posted · UM2 - Seaweed Infill Issue

I shall try that, for now I just changed over to the Colorfabb Blue Grey PLA filament, from the Ultimaker Transparent PLA stuff I was using. Just using the "Normal" printer settings from Cura again, so we'll see how this print I'm doing now turns out.

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