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Globs/Nubs Around Infill Ribs - Why?

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Hey all!  Just got an Ultimaker 2 Extended + and I am noticing some little globbies that are happening around the infill ribs.  

Any ideas to eliminate them for a cleaner print?

UM2E+

Cura 15.04.4

Layer = .1

Shell = .8

Retraction Enabled

Bot/Top layer = 0.8

Fill = 20%

Print Speed = 50 mm/s

Brim Support

Nozzle = 0.4mm

Nozzle Temp = 210°C

Buildplate Temp = 60°C

Travel Speed = 150 mm/s

Fans 100% after 5mm height

Min layer time 5 secIMG_1599.thumb.JPG.93744b3d1228a0d22dc8999576d6cdfe.JPG

Thanks for your help ahead of time!

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it's hidden anyway, unless your model is really translucent. Then it useful to tick the 'infill prints after perimeters' in the expert settings.

And you could experiment with your temperature, trying a bit colder, so the nozzles oozes less. But be careful for under extrusion.

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