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Printed on UM S5, White PLA and PVA Natural

Enabled Infill before Walls, Prime Tower, Retract before outer wall, no prime blob

Would you say this is temperature, speed, retraction, or other issue?

Thanks

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Posted · First prints

I would turn off retract before outer wall. It probably oozed a bit during travel moves and then underextruded on the pillars.

For something like this, you are a lot better off not printing it as one piece. Not only would you have a heap of print time and PVA but you could get a lot better quality pillars. If you designed this yourself then you can make the pillars slot into place and add a dab of glue.

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Posted · First prints

Thank you, pretty sure this was a temperature issue, and appreciate advice on recommended profile settings.

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