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Posted · Cura avoid printing walls after traveling

Hello. Im new one on this forum and quite newbe in 3d printing.

My printer Anet A8 avoid printing walls (layers) near starting point and few millimeters of every layer is thiner or empty when printer is passing start point when im using Spiralize Outer Contour option.

At the image you can see result of not printed wall when printer is starting after travel.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwth58ulSIrASUc5UE5mUHBTeS1HMGtPNmNTb3VfU2l5eHE4/view
(start point of the left side)

I have choose option: print thin wall, switch off combing.
Problem exist for all nozzles (0.2, 0.4, 0.7) so i think it might be connected with Cura.

 

Please help.

Regards

 

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