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Posted · ABS overhang problem

I wanted to print this Marvin thing we all know and love (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:215703) in ABS, which i loathe. I've had some partiall successes with ABS before (print went awesome untill it went loose and all over the place). I put BuildTak on the table which fixed the sticking issue just fine.

UM2 standard ABS settings,

no fan

0,1 layer height

speed 40 at first ( I went down to 30 and 20 later)

this happened:

IMG_20160226_114343.jpeg

IMG_20160226_114336.jpeg

as you can see, layers stick to eachother no problem, but the overhang artefacts are killing me.

does anybody know why this is happening and have a possible solution to the problem?

help!

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