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Ironing / Neosanding "holes" or "scars"

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Somehow, my ironing seems to be flawed, I don't know why, as I haven't changed any ironing settings.

 

The first few pictures show the issues, while the last picture is of a model from some time ago, where there weren't any problems.

 

Printer: Monoprice Maker Select Plus with DiiCooler. My settings: 100mm/s, 0.2 line spacing, 20% flow.

 

I've tried a lot from 30mm/s to 120mm/s, flow rates from 5%-25% and line spacings 0.1, 0.15 and 0.2, but it never vanishes completely, but it is the best at the settings above. Same with different filaments and different stl models.

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