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Posted · A big blob of person - so frustrated

Hi,

I'm getting so frustrated. I'm new so I have no idea what I did wrong?  The below picture is suppose to be a human form with supports, but instead it's a solid mass.  I adjusted something incorrectly but I cant figure it out at all.  Any help is greatly appreciated.  Thank you very much!

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Posted · A big blob of person - so frustrated

With just a picture, we cannot help. So you have to give us more details or even better, upload the Cura project here.

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Posted · A big blob of person - so frustrated

Sorry, I wrote this before leaving to work.  I'll upload it when I get home today.  This is the gcode right?

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Posted · A big blob of person - so frustrated

No, please save it as a project in Cura (3mf file) then we have the model and the settings.

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Posted (edited) · A big blob of person - so frustrated

I guess that your model has not enough cooling. Print this slow, as cool as possible, and print a dummy model next to the real model. Try a dummy cube, or an inverse of the model. So that the hot nozzle has to spend some time away from the real model, and the real model gets time to cool. But as said, it is a guess.

 

 

See this conceptual example:

 

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Edit: it looks like this effect with and without dummy cooling tower:

 

DSCN5603b.thumb.jpg.83c20560cfab90d56590243bc6015f12.jpg

 

Edited by geert_2

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