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Baby Groot Print Quality Issues

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Hi All

 

I am having some strange issues when trying to print Baby Groot where anything with a slight overhang seems to have serious quality degradation. This was printed using Ultimaker Pearl White PLA with the default settings in Cura (Temp: 205c, Build Plate: 60c, 0.1mm Layer Height, Flow: 100%).

 

Any help would be appreciated as I am seeing similar issues on other prints with simple overhangs that the printer should be able to handle. I have also had issues with printing the Tolerance Test from Makers Muse where I could not move any of the tests. I had printed that without a raft so retrying it with a raft. 

 

Thanks

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