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Gap in between layers?

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20160810_132224.thumb.jpg.b69b6a859d9551d8f7bc3703bdfe3617.jpg[/media]Hi all,

find attached pics .  I couldn't get quality prints because of improper filling of materials.  particularly near the holes.  any possible solutions to overcome this?.  Thanks

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What settings are you running?

When i run into issues like that, the first thing I do is slow it down. I would also look at the filament if I saw something like that. It looks too hot or like over-extrusion. Make sure your nozzle isn't worn or your nozzle size is set wrong...I've changed nozzles to a .25 and gone screwy when I sat down at the computer and sliced for a .8mm nozzle before.

I'd really look at the filament, though. Did this just start recently?

Your pics are kinda fuzzy, but if I knew my nozzle and filament were good, I'd slow my print speed first, then start looking at other settings depending on what you're running.

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