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Posted · Cura printing issue - different printing style ?

Hi, after some time I started to print again on my Anet A6 printer, so I have installed the newest Cura 3.5.

 

Unfortunately, the printing quality is bad. The printer does not put the line on the new line, but it is trying to do some 30 degrees connections. 

 

See the picture below where on the left side is the bad printout and on the right side is the correct one.

 

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I tried different settings. Unfortunately, I haven't found the way how to fix the printing quality - to have the printout nice and smooth.

 

Thank you for help

 

Regards

 

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Posted · Cura printing issue - different printing style ?

Hi,

 

Did you already found a solution? I have the same problem.

 

Thank You

 

janne2be

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Posted · Cura printing issue - different printing style ?

Still not. As a workeround, I'm using the older Cura version

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Posted · Cura printing issue - different printing style ?

Please save the project file and attach to this thread so we can look at the model and settings. Thanks.

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Posted · Cura printing issue - different printing style ?

I think a material with a 2.85 mm diameter got selected during an upgrade. Does the materials dropdown Show Ultimaker materials?

 

Could you try reselecting generic PLA?

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