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Hi more details could be usefull!

I guess you are annoyed by the strings...

Is it PLA? if yes reduce the temp to 210°c 230°c is a lot!

Make sure retractions are enabled

Maybe increase travel speed to 250mm/s

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Yes, it's PLA, and temp is 230

Also the travel speed is 250..

 

Hi more details could be usefull!

I guess you are annoyed by the strings...

Is it PLA? if yes reduce the temp to 210°c 230°c is a lot!

Make sure retractions are enabled

Maybe increase travel speed to 250mm/s

 

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The retraction setting is length 5 and speed 40

Is that a retraction issue?

Yes, it's PLA, and temp is 230

Also the travel speed is 250..

 

Hi more details could be usefull!

I guess you are annoyed by the strings...

Is it PLA? if yes reduce the temp to 210°c 230°c is a lot!

Make sure retractions are enabled

Maybe increase travel speed to 250mm/s

 

 

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How to change the retraction setting to make it better?

And how to avoid it without slow the print speed?

yes if you want to avoid strings then reduce the print temp it will be better

Maybe slow the print speed to 30 - 40mm/s

 

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