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How do i fix my print?

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Could you be a bit more specific? "Sometimes it fucks up" isn't very helpful. Does it happen on all models? Does it happen at the same spots (z-height)? Does it happen with all materials? Have you noticed anything else besides what you took a picture of? etc

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I agree with IRobertl that a bit more info would be helpful :-) but looking at the picture I wonder whether you might have some floating layers in your design making the printer print in the air. It might be just 1-2mm which is not supported making the filament not stick to the layer and getting all over the place. More info will for sure bring us closer to a solution. Good luck!

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