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Under Extrusion and Bad Output

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Hello,

I'm using UM2 from 2 years ago in Korea.

But recently, My UM2 have a trouble printing my cad data.

I'm using two of UM2, but all the machines make problems.

Here is the photo of output.

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What is the problem?

This is my CURA setting

Layer Height : 0.1mm

Wall Thickness : 0.8mm

Top/Bottom Thickness : 0,.8mm

Infill Density : 20%

Enable Retraction

Print Speed : 60mm/s

Travel Speed : 120mm/s

Enable Support

Placement : Everywhere

Enable Support Roof

Support Roof Density : 100%

Adhesion Type : Brim

Brim Width : 10mm

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What is the problem? What should be different? Those look okay. I can think of some improvements - especially I wouldn't do so much support. But what's wrong with these? Maybe circles and arrows on the photo and some words?

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