thank you friend. I will try your settings and see how it goes. Everything was adhering to the print bed just fine, but the nozzle kept knocking the feet over once they got to a certain height. I didn't try slowing the nozzle down or checking the cool head lift option.
Glen I am not familiar with the Cura "simple" settings but I bet the print speed will be too fast for that model. I would suggest you use "high" quality setting or whatever it is called. If you are printing thin stuff, especially if it is leaning, then the answer is slow and cool. So you need to address print speed, extruder temp and fans. In fact if you select "high" quality I would then go into the Cura menus, basic and advanced and set...
print speed to 20mm/s or 30mm/s, no faster
layer height to say .15mm
extruder temp. 195 (I assume you are using PLA)
And under Cool on the expert settings I would go for it and set
fan full on height 0.6
fan speed min 40
fan speed max 100
min speed 10
cool head lift tick
That is quite aggressive I think, if you have a problem try the fan full on height at 0.75 or 0.9
Now all of the above is general stuff for that model, it is not directly addressing your question the feet falling off. That confuses me, are the feet not sitting on the print bed?
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