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Posted · help with wrapping, small objects in PLA
PLA. small object but still there's some serious wrapping. 190C at 60mm/s. Fan is at 100% and are working. other settings are more or less using default CURA fine print with skirt.
What more can I do improve the print?
 
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Posted · help with wrapping, small objects in PLA

Your bed is leveled correctly? If you use manual leveling try to decrease the nozzle - bed distance.

Then try to use some glue stick on the glass for better adhesion and distribute the glue with a wet tissue to get a thin layer of glue.

 

And/or try to lower your heated bed temperature. Maybe the PLA filament you are using is not of good quality and the default 60° are too much. 

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