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Posted · Printing problem

Hi guys,

How can I avoid making this bad form line that occurs each time you lower the level of a dish?

I hope someone can help me.

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Posted (edited) · Printing problem

I can't really tell from the picture, my guess is that setting "Z Seam Alignment" (in Cura, under Shell) to "Random" will help (with this model setting this to "Back" will probably only move it to another place on the model)

I would also try reducing the amount of oozing happening at start or end of printing a line. Maybe the experimental option "Coasting" can help as well?

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Posted · Printing problem

HI,

have the same problem...

i buy the extruder + update and print with cura 15.04.6.

dont know what ist the base oft the problem the hardware update or the cura version, in the past i dont have the problem.

i try now the new version of cura 2.3.1, will see if helps

have anyone a idea to solve the problem?

thanks

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Posted · Printing problem

Hi guys,

I printed using I Cura 2.3.1 I think that is a problem of care settings, because this happens every time the plate is lowered and a new level of printing

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