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UM2+ Travel Lines

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Pic shows a travel line over the top layer. Is there a way to prevent the print head from hovering so close to the print, so it wont leave this terrible mark on top of each piece?

 

I need this part to be spotless..

 

Please help.

 

Thanks Guys!

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UPDATE:

 

I was able to pull off a good one, manually pressed down the build plate at the exact moment as the print head traveled. LOL.

 

It might sound like an elementary setup for the experienced, but trust me I did my research and looked around extended settings on Cura, couldn't find a solution. I'd really appreciate some input.

 

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