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with Cura 3.5 i receive no sharp edges,


A dual test print from (IGO3D) Edit: Ultimaker also have no sharp edges.


The same Problem have an other User






Edited by Kernfusion

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It has nothing to do with Cura 3.51, you get this corner bulges due changes in the speed of the print head. You can turn off acceleration and jerk control, then the corners should be sharper. The downside of these settings are, that you will get more ringing because the print head vibrates more due to the hard direction change.

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2 hours ago, Kernfusion said:

Really, default settings are so so bad?


It depends on whether the printer definition has limited the accel/jerk values. You do not say which printer you are using so I cannot check. Please save the project file and attach to this thread. Thanks.

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