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greetings all,

I have recently reconstructed an Ultimaker Original and was printing fine. The other day, during a print the layers started to drift. At first the drifting was +y and of late, was -y. But in each case the layer were accurate but drifting. Any thoughts?

I consider myself to be a novice and this is my first printer. Also, the cura software does not communicate with the printer effectively and will not level or run a printer check, and as a result I only print with the SD card.

thank you in advance,

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Hi and welcome,

Not sure what you mean by drifting but check out this link and maybe the other thing just below (shifting layers) i think it might help

thank you for responding, the site you directed to me is perfect and exactly what I need. I am positive that I can find answers to my issue here thank you very much.

Pantera09

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