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FEATURE REQUEST: Outer Wall Wipe In Negative Normal Direction

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Hi Guys n' Gals

I have been trying to get rid of blobs/zits and have found that the culprit (on my printer) is when an outer wall stops, the pressure in the nozzle forces out some extra material between when the X/Y movement stops and the retraction of the filament begins. I have a Bowden setup so there is some lag between a stop and the retraction relieving the pressure.

I found the "Outer Wall Wipe Distance" has not helped as it simply continues on it's path but it gave me a thought: If the "Wipe Distance" could move in the negative direction to the normal of the surface then stop, the blob/zit would be created inside the inner walls and therefore be hidden by the printing of the next layer...???

 

What do you think????

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