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Hi,

since the print looks good before and after the crack, take a look at the filament to see if it is not tangled. Also check if the filament has the correct diameter or if it deviates at regular intervals on the filament roll.

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Print 3 times a tall 10mmx10mmx50mm with that 2 filaments.

If the crack repeat on the same areas I would check the bearings/nut of the bed and call support to have them changed.

Also you might want to give us more info before that. Like what machine, model, if this are the first time they happen, etcetc.

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