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prints not coming out right?

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can you share more information about what printer/slicer you use and the material settings like material, temp., speed, layer height...etc.?

What is the bottom part of the print? small or wide?

 

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the bottom is narrower then the top even though its spoused to be even.

i have also tried every type of base, raft, brim, and skirt.

also tried layer height of 0.06 which is default.

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