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formation of Ball like cluster of extruder material

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Posted · formation of Ball like cluster of extruder material

Hello,

 

I am working with ASA material and was recently printing a basic component with ASA. The bed temperature was 100 Degree C. When the extruder started moving, the material was being extruded and also bed was provided with glue. but all the extruded material never stick to the bed but instead stick to newly extruded material and after a while it formed a small ball like structure around the nozzle. note that i recently cleaned the extruder after removing bowden tube and then i was trying to print this component. Is it possible i may have disturbed calibration or something like that?   

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