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My printer can't print beatifully on circular areas

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Posted · My printer can't print beatifully on circular areas

I've changed nozlle and nothing change . When nozzle come to circular area start to vibrate . How can I solve this ? Thank you from now.May It cause from cura.

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Posted · My printer can't print beatifully on circular areas

I guess this is a Benchy, so it should be not a failure in the model.

Which printer do you have?

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Posted (edited) · My printer can't print beatifully on circular areas

Tevo Tarantula 

And it fail in the model too. I printed a iron man helmet also it has the same problem .

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Posted · My printer can't print beatifully on circular areas

I would first check the hardware, tighten belt, pulleys, and so on. Check if the head can mode smoothly when the steppers are disabled and you move it by hand. Maybe you need some oil on the rods, or wherever your printer need it.

 

Then check the slicing settings, print slow < 40mm/sec and check the result again. Maybe you print a way too fast and your printer cannot handle the speed.

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Posted · My printer can't print beatifully on circular areas

A few weeks before it can print in 60 mm/s but what happened I don't know it can't now I tightened belts but again this result but I didn't add oil also I don't understand where I have to oil. Thank for your advice I will try them and I will reply after try them .

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