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Espacio entre filamentos

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Hola a todos!

Hace 3 meses compre la ultimaker2+ en la tienda online de apple, y me a surgido un problema..

Antes de nada he gastado al rededor de 1200 gr de PLA y cada vez que cambio la boquilla calibro la placa como dice en las instrucciones.
Al empezar una nueva impresión, el material con la primera capa no pega bien en la base, y entre cada filamento depositado en la placa siempre hay un espacio. 
He probado de limpiar y poner dimafix varias veces e incluso con el

pegamento de serie no engancha bien. Sabéis que puedes ser? Dejo unas fotos abajo..
Saludos..
Y muchas gracias!

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Por las fotos estoy seguro de que la base de impresión está mal nivelada. Por otro lado, Cura por defecto pone la altura de la primera capa a 0.27mm para boquilla de 0.4mm, y es demasiada altura. Te recomendaría bajar la altura de la primera capa a 0.2mm y aparte re-nivelar la cama, ya que hay demasiada distancia.

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Flowalistik tiene razon, tienes que calibrar la cama nuevamente, con la targeta de calibracion que te han enviado con la impresora, no la dejes muy suelta yo la pongo y la dejo bastante ceñida entre  el extrusor y la cama que al moverla ofrezca un poco de resistencia.

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