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daniho

infill was working and now not dont know what did i change

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OK, I would suggest a few things. Why are you printing on a Raft? this is not normally needed especially for your item.

Also it is very difficult to make a good quality print at 0.02mm layer height. Trust me I know. You would be better to print with 0.06mm layer height and it will come out looking better then you first picture.

You have spiralize the outer contour turned on. Turn this off.

Also 15mm/s print speed is very slow. Not sure what material you are using because you still didn't mention but it can easily over heat at that speed and such low layer height. You can reduce the temp really low but this will cause to much curling of the edges. I would suggest 30mm/s print speed

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