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Good test print UM2+?

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I did the glass plate calibration of my new UM2+ . What do you think of this test print. Maybe the nozzle is too close to the glass, or is this fine? Also look at the inside of the boat. Click on an image for a larger version. Thanks.

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to me it looks like still a bit too much distance, but its hard to see. i usually use 0.2mm first layer, which gives a little nicer bottom surface compared to 0.3mm if leveling is good. Apart from that it looks much nicer than my stock UM2 :)

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to me it looks like still a bit too much distance, but its hard to see. i usually use 0.2mm first layer, which gives a little nicer bottom surface compared to 0.3mm if leveling is good. Apart from that it looks much nicer than my stock UM2 :)

 

Where do you change the distance?

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