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hello,

Just in the past Day i Got octoprint working at it works great. Everything works, and I can print directly from cura or from octopi.local. The only issue is the prints are very gittery. I'm not sure whats up with this, but when doing a layer(like the first layer, second layer, solid layers) it runs fine. The moment it gets to the walls and any turns or bends in the wall, it starts to Gitter, making a horrible print. I am printing out a vase and will see how the quality is in the morning, but until then does anyone know what this is? I am using an anycubic Kossel Delta Printer on marlin 1.1.5 and Cura 2.7 (do note the Spiralize outer contour was enabled during this print).

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Hi, I tried using octaprint on a RPI driving a Marlin Kossel over USB and it would always stutter when the number of segments was high (i.e. going round smooth corners). To be honest, I don't think USB and 3d printers is a good combination especially when the host is slow (like a RPI).

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