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Dual Extrusion Fine Tuning

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I am trying to print this dual extrusion print with white and black PLA. Any ideas on how to fine tune this to remove the mess on top? I have tried the ooze shield, prime tower, and changing the top level jerk settings (not sure this helped, but I tried it). Nothing has shown visible improvement yet. I am printing ultimaker PLA (white and black) on normal settings in cura (0.1mm layer height). IMG_20170417_081306.thumb.jpg.ac2ee974ee47cbed85756363e6facb83.jpg

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