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Posted · pla and pva

Hi, 
I have a problem when I print pla and pva. I'm pulling specimens in plated xz direction using pva support for the cantilever part. On the left-hand side of the specimen as far as the holder goes, it appears that the layer connection is different from the rest of the specimen.

Does anyone know why and how I can fix it?

Thank you very much

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Posted · pla and pva

layer height: 0.1 mm

temperature: 200ºC

print speed: 30 mm/s 

 

at first the printing speed I used was 60 mm/s but it's the same thing.

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Posted · pla and pva

I think I must be getting old. I am not sure what you mean, and the pics do not look too bad to me. I am actually not sure what the error would be.......

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Posted · pla and pva

Is it ultimaker pva? If yes print temp is around 225°c

 

Alos like kman i'm not sure to understand from the pics what is going wrong

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