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Eugen

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Hi,

My company purchased last week an Ultimaker 2 Extended+. We have made few tests and we'are pretty pleased with the results. Except that when it goes from a contour to another (walls?!), the printer leaves some marks behind, see picture. I've looked on the Internet and people talk about changing the nozzle temperature and travel speed. I did that, without succes. The parts in the pictures are made after changes. before, with Cura Basic Settings was worse.

Any advice? Thanks.

 

IMG_185A: temp. 185ºC, travel speed 175mm/s

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IMG_190A: temp. 190ºC, travel speed 150mm/s

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IMG_190B: temp. 190ºC, travel speed 200mm/s

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