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UM3 PLA layer holes with PVA support

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I printed this model with orange PLA and with PVA support, but as you can see, i get these layer holes in the lines and a rought surface. This is normally not present while just printing PLA, and I guess it could be the support interface PVA that is overlapping into the model.

What setting should I use to make more distance between the PVA and the PLA. Or is it another issue?

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