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A plea for help near Castle Rock, CO...

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I have yet to produce one single successful print of anything significant. I have been tweaking and playing and adjusting and reading and it's getting really frustrating... Once I seem to overcome one issue, another manifests.

Even trying to print some little doodads from thingiverse and I can't make it happen. I get blobs and strings. Half the time the filament stops feeding. I have loosened and tightened. I have sacrificed small animals to gods I've never even heard of. I just can't figure it out.

If there are any folks near Castle Rock, CO that might be willing to help me figure out what I am not doing properly I would really appreciate it...

Thanks.

J

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Hey J, first of all tell, us what you workflow is, setting up the printer, what kind of filament you are using and settings in Cura.

Next post some images of the results and problems you are getting,

these will greatly help in understanding what is going on :)

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