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Posted · leveling issue on right side

Dear Ultimaker users,

I have on the ride side an issue with the leveling. The center and left side looks optimal but on the right side the prints look like the following.

Material : 2.85 PLA , Temp looks fine with around 60 Degree Celsius

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Can this be corrected by me or should i request new buildplate from ultimaker support?

Regards,

Sebastian

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Posted · leveling issue on right side

At what height do you have the fans on full?

Because the fan on the right side is off center. sometimes if it is on full on the first few layers if can cool the glass to much and the print peels up.

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Posted · leveling issue on right side

fans are switched of... checked temp for glassplate -> its stable with 1-2 degrees difference from right to left.

for me looks like a leveling issue... the irregularity (not correctly placed lines) starts right after the center of the plate...

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