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Posted (edited) · Overlap in double material extrusion

Has anyone ever experienced two materials overlapping with one another when making a print? I have tried tightening the pulley set screws and calibrating both the X-Y coordinated and lift switch multiple times, but this problem continues to occur. Below are images of what is supposed to be a brim, but the two materials continue to overlap each other and this is the best I have gotten it. IMG_0466.thumb.jpg.0f0eddf97993f56033dc6687afefb546.jpgIMG_0467.thumb.jpg.ed5f323222fd0cba3f7f6e229d415d5a.jpg

Edited by klough
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