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Posted · Missing Part of a Print Job

Okay I'll state from the off, I'm really new to 3D printing so if you give me hints, tips, suggestions help me out by saying what area as it saves me ages going where the heck is that :D

I just moved from a very old version of CURA to the new 2.6 and when I printed something I've printed a few times the bottom say 1-2mm is missing. It's not that its spread all over the place, it's almost like the software decided to print from a few lines up.

I have no idea why though. I'm guessing that something in the settings isn't right. But as it has way more setting than before I have no idea where to even start. The bed is level and prints out fine as well.

If it helps I'm using an Omega I3 (AnyCubic I3 Mega).

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