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What could be causing this rough surface?

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Posted · What could be causing this rough surface?

Hey guys,

I keep getting this rough surface on this part, always in the same places. Printed with colorfabb XT black on UMO at 250 degree.

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Thanks for any tips

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Posted · What could be causing this rough surface?

Can you see any difference in the layer view in Cura?

You might be getting in a thinner or thicker section which cause that section to fill with a different number of shells compared to everywhere else.

That would depend on your print settings but just a guess.

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