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Cura settings for infill

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I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong here (I'm pretty new to this), but I keep getting this issue when printing.  I've tried it slow and normal speed, higher and lower temp, etc and can't seem to fix it.  Is there a setting I'm missing that is causing this? 

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Definitely going to a lower temp will not help as the plastic does not have enough heat to flow at this. Depending on what you used and what combination, you may have countered any effect in a negative way.

 

But, what slicer are you using?

 

When you say you chose slower,  I ask, slower what?

 

If you are using Cura, can you safe the project file as a ".curaporject.3mf" file and post it? Use "save project", not just "Save"..... I can take a look at it in your native format.

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Standard CURA settings are usually pretty spot-on, especially if you use UM materials.

 

Can you give us more information on what you're trying to do? What are you trying to print? What material are you using?

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