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I got a perfect print, but I cannot reproduce it anymore. Why?

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Posted (edited) · I got a perfect print, but I cannot reproduce it anymore. Why?

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Same material (ABS)

Same gcode

The bad print suffers of under extrusion, stringing and poor layer cohesion. It appears also a bit more glossy than the good print.

Unfortunately, I'm not able to recover the settings of the good print. I've tested different temperatures, material flow, shell widths, fan speeds. But I cannot reproduce the good print.

Any idea?

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