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Twin Prime Towers

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Attached are two pics of two twin towers next to each other. This is the first time I have seen this, what can cause it?

Details: U3

Core 1 Maker Geek PLA , .6 nozzle, layer .15 layer, 1.75 mm filament

Print temp 225 Initial temp 230, Int print temp 215, Final temp 210

 

Core 2 Ultimaker PVA, .4 nozzle, layer  .15 layer, 2.85 mm filament

Print temp 220, Initial temp 225, Int print temp 210, Final 205

 

Could this be a retraction issue?

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