That one was printed at 42mm/sec.
I printed it again at 33mm/sec and got similar results.
My coworker and I then decided it was finally time to level the bed (it has been about 6 months), since the problem areas "seem" to be at the back of the bed.
Leveled the bed and printed a Benchy (with no supports).
Looked pretty good to me.
Printed my part again towards the front of the bed with rectilinear infill (gave up on the honeycomb). The first layers look great, but now I am seeing gaps in the layers along the perimeter. ARGH.
Also, I am fiddling with the machine which makes me nervous.
The feeder is skipping as well.
I am now thinking that this all might be my old friend (queue the dramatic music) the PTFE coupler.
Have you tried to move the model around? So is it always on the left side of your model, regardless of where it is, or is the irregularity of the infill bound to a certain location on the buildplate?
You could also look into slowing down the infill speed. At what speed is that?
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