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13.06.4 support printed in 'mid air'

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Need more details. Are you saying no plastic is coming out of the nozzle until it starts the 3rd pass/layer?

If so maybe the extruder retracted at the begining before printing and it takes a while for the plastic to catch up? Maybe something is wrong with your gcode?

Please explain more what the problem is.


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Sorry to have been so terse. I should have written "looking at the layers view"...

The post was really a report of what I'd observed rather than a cry for help. I've learnt that if I (think that) I need support or a raft I'll have better success with 13.04 than with 13.06.4.

Trying to understand why I looked at the layers view in both versions and posted about what I saw with 13.06.4


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