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Had it with filament curling....

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Hi Folks - 

 

I have am 2+, have run all kinds of filament (hemp was interesting), but have a chronic problem with the filament curling/not adhering to the print. The pic is PLA 1.75mm; printer head at 210C; build plate at 60C; have leveled 18 different ways - pushed it up, then down, etc. the brim lays down fine, but all heck breaks loose after that. Just put in a brand new 0.4mm nozzle - that's what I got. 

 

Anybody got anything?

Much obliged, CSB639

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