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Diagnosis help requested

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I've completed my Anet A8 assembly, and after some initial hiccups, have produced some good prints. But I'm not getting consistent results. Sometimes the brims are perfect, other times they delaminate slightly (threads separate), and other times they peel up (adhesion). I've leveled the bed more times than I can count. Using blue painters tape and AquaNet hairspray

 

I've messed with PLA temp, bed temp, extrusion percent, and print speeds. I honestly think I'm changing too many things at once. Below are some photos in the hope that some would be kind enough to steer me where to go first to fix this... Thanks.

 

Extruder temp: 200 C

Bed temp: 60 C

Print speed: 60 mm/s

Initial print speed: 30 mm/s

Level height: 0.1

 

Extruder diameter: 0.4

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