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Probleme bei der Funktion Glätten

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Guten Morgen,

 

mittlerweile benutze ich die Funktion Glätten bei bestimmten Teilen immer öfters, das Glätten ist auch Tip Top geile Funktion.

 

Das Problem ist aber das er sobald er in die nächsten schichten geht kein Material mehr nachkommt denke ich. Nach ein paar schichten druckt er dann wieder sauber weiter.

 

Ich denke das es an der Düse liegt das die evtl durchs glätten verstopft oder zu macht durch das nur sehr wenig Material durchkommt. Aber was kann man dagegen machen.

 

Hatte solche Probleme schon mal jemand und was kann ich dagegen machen? Denn Glättungsfluß erhöhen? Die 10% sind standard.

 

Drucker ist UM2 Cura3.3.0 Pla Material Temperatur 210grad Düse und 60 grad Bett

 

Mfg Stevie

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