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Problems with PVA after firmware update 5.2.11

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Posted · Problems with PVA after firmware update 5.2.11

Hi i'm not sure if its the firmware, but its the only thing that have changest between the two prints.

 

After updating to firmware 5.2.11 (S5) i have a problem with my Pva leaving a lot of surface scaring on the Pla.

The two pictures are from the same Cura project, same settings, same Pla and Pva spole. same print cores. Printede with three days apart, Pva is in a drybox, so should not make a difference.

only thing that have changest is the firmware update in between the two prints.

 

any ideers? 

 

Print 1

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Print 2

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Posted · Problems with PVA after firmware update 5.2.11

The Cura version is the same (which?)? Or could one be Cura 4.0 and the other Cura 4.1?

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Posted · Problems with PVA after firmware update 5.2.11

Same Cura both are 4.0 and same computer 😕 

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