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Posted · Infill problem or is it extrem stringing?

I am currently printing an print core holder on my UM2Go and saw something strange in the infill. 

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What is it? Is this some kind of extreme stringing? It looks like the experimental tree support structure.

 

This is the layer view, because first I thought it is a slicer issue, but it isn't

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Thanks a lot!

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Posted · Infill problem or is it extrem stringing?

I print now one more, with a different filament brand (PLA) and see similar issues.

I am not sure it this is really stringing, because it is too thick for that. The infill itself is fine, I have just additional "artifacts" between the infill.

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Posted · Infill problem or is it extrem stringing?

Think I found the answer here with the same issues:

 

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