Also not seeing the pictures here. You can usually drag and drop, or copy and paste, any pictures into your message from Windows Explorer or from any document or website.
Maybe the effect you are getting is this? Not enough cooling due to printing on a too small area, so the nozzle stays on top of that one area, keeps radiating heat, and does not allow it to cool down and solidify? Printing slow, cool, and with a dummy tower next to the real model (or multiple real models at once) helps a lot, but does not eliminate the problem.
You mean °C and not °F, right?
Cant see your images but you need to show your results to get better answer.
Often when you see pictures of great quality models they are the result of hours of post-processing, like sanding and acetone smoothing.
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