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Why are there so many "loose ends"?

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Posted · Why are there so many "loose ends"?

Hope I'm not boring you guys but I do have another question;-)

This 2-color-frog-print suffers from a lot of "lost filament"-pieces.

It's not "stringing" since the filament pieces are solid and stuck to the print on one side only.

 

The print was done with standard settings, temp. at 195°C, bed at 45°C, printspeed at 60mm/s.

 

I wonder what's wrong here? 

 

Looks like I have to shave a frog now;-)

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Posted (edited) · Why are there so many "loose ends"?

Looks like some sort of bridging coming from the ooze shield, just by looking at the picture. Maybe a retraction problem?

Edited by Brulti

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