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Stringing/oozing mistery

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Hello everybody!

Early this year I bought my first Creality CR10 (I think it is an editidion september 2017), after hours, days and months of testing and settings it finally worked preety well for me. So I decided to get another one. So last month I bought another Creality CR10 (edition june 2018). Now the mistery, same file on both printers at the time, the first one great products, the second one (the new one) with stringing on every travel. Although the retraction is set on on both of them. I use the exact same filament, same Cura settings..... Is it posible that the new one has some settings directly on printer that I must adjust?

I am using 1.75mm PLA 200C printing, 60C bed, Cura 3.4.1

Can anybody give me some advice, I am out of ideas.....

TNX! 

JLA

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I have never used a CR10, but the first thing that comes to mind is that the consistency of the temperature sensor on these Chinese machines may not be to good, meaning that with the same gcode one machine may be printing  a lot hotter than the other. You probably need to dial the 2th machine in separately. Do some tests until you find comparable results. Sounds like you need to print a bit colder on the newest machine.

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