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Posted · Finish printing - head moves back and forth

could someone help me out with cura, its a little bug or something that i cannot put my finger on it.

everytime or most times when a build is at the end of printing, coming to a point, the head decides to move away, stop and then come back to comtinue the point and it will do this a couple of times and totally mess up the top point of the print, and then it finishes.

 

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Posted · Finish printing - head moves back and forth

do you have 'ironing' activated (under 'shell')?

 

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Posted · Finish printing - head moves back and forth

i think it may be the LIFT HEAD in cooling section. im trying it out now.

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Posted · Finish printing - head moves back and forth

so it was the LIFT HEAD in cooling section. i have unchecked it.

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