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I am new to the Ultimaker, been using MakerBot 2 for some years now. I am trying to print a part that was successful on the MB no problem. However the Ultimaker is having issues. The attached shows an ORANGE Part printer on a MB with "Normal" Settings (No Support, Layer = 0.2mm @ 10% infill). The SILVER Part is off the Ultimaker, No Support, Layer = 0.1mm with 0.6mm Nozzle.

Can someone suggest settings where I do not get FALL OFF on NUMBERS and

BRIDGE?

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What temperature and speed are you using for the print, and how is it oriented on the bed?

Is there a specific reason you used the 0.6mm nozzle?

 

I am printing at the Cura Defaults, and I meant 0.4 nozzle (sorry).  See below.  As far as orientation, it is the same on the MB (shown below). Temp is not in Cura that I can see, if I hit tune on UT, and select Temp, it is 210C. Odd I can't find temperature in any settings on Cura.

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Hi, thank you for your photo's.

Your screenshots still don't tell me what printing speed you use. There is a difference between travel speed and printing speed.

Travel is while it is not extruding, so crossing a gap from A to B, and print speed is the actual 3D printing. Moving while extruding.

You may want to reduce the printing temp to 200º and see how that goes.

The letters may come out better if you rotate it so the 'knob' faces forward, so the left fan can cool it better.

Good luck!

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