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Holes in surface with ABS

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Hello,

I printed several small model rocket ufos and encountered a problem I never had before: The surface of the models has lots of long holes. Under the microscope I can see that filament is just missing there:

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I sliced with Cura latest version.

Material is Innofil ABS with 250°, which printed flawless before.

Any idea what that is?

Could that be moisture? I left the material 3 weeks open in a normal dry room, aprox 50% rel. Hum. there.

Louis

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