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What does it mean if I have no smooth extrusion?

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Hi Edel,

The attached photo, is it 3D Printed?

If not, could you add a picture of your 3D print? That always helps in diagnosing an issue.

Based on the picture, I don't know if I should look at the crack, or the surface structure or something else..

Looking forward hearing from you!

 

I think the object of interest is the string of filament while the blue paper tissue is just used as a photo background ;-)

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Hi Edel,

The attached photo, is it 3D Printed?

If not, could you add a picture of your 3D print? That always helps in diagnosing an issue.

Based on the picture, I don't know if I should look at the crack, or the surface structure or something else..

Looking forward hearing from you!

 

I think the object of interest is the string of filament while the blue paper tissue is just used as a photo background ;-)

 

Hah! You are right! In my haste I interpret that as a crack in the surface. Now I feel stupid :p

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