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Blobs and stringing (but only from one side)...

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Posted · Blobs and stringing (but only from one side)...

Dear Community,

 

at first probably there is to say that I had to reinstall my Password as my old nick was somehow eliminated... so that is done now! Strange but true...

 

Now to my problem. Since a few weeks I am experiencing a rather strange kind of problem. I have a stringing and blopping-problem on the prints. BUT ONLY ON ONE SIDE... I left some fotos of the actual print for you so you can see the difference from one side to the other...

 

I don´t know with parameter to tweek here as the problem does not seem to be equally distributed. Anyhow I tried the ususal things like retraction speed z-hop and so on but there is no real improvement. And it never happened before. Filament is the same (CF-20). I use a special non abbrasive rubi.nozzle for it..

 

So if anybody has any idea what kind of problem causes this I would be very happy.

 

Greetings

 

 

 

Daniel

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