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Ultimaker 2 - Printing the Ultimaker Robot

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Good afternoon all,

I just installed the olsson block to our Ultimaker 2 and attached the 0,25 nozzle.

I printed at first the ultimaker robot with normal settings (normal quality - quick settings out of cura)

The Result is the Robot on the left - i think this is very bad quality.

After this i leveled the bed once again and changed the temperature to 220°C (printing the standard grey PLA from Ultimaker)

Thickness is 0,1mm

Wall thickness is 0,5mm

Retraction is on

Infill 0,6mm

20%

Speed 20mm/s

Nozzle 0,25

First layer 0,18mm

Air Gap 100%

What do you think i can tune to get a better result, i still see some "lines" at the back.

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Thanks for your help!

Best regards

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