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Print on S5 is literally a ball of filament

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Posted (edited) · Print on S5 is literally a ball of filament

There is not much more to say. If you can help, please do so. This was intended to be a vase made out of black Tough PLA.

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Posted (edited) · Print on S5 is literally a ball of filament

Well there is more to say, eg like: What settings did you use? If you can post images of your settings that would be a great help. It can also help to share the stl you tired incase its a stl file error.

 

Also did anything stick to the glass plate of the first layer? 

 

The more details you can share the more easy it will be to help.

Edited by Carla_Birch

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Posted · Print on S5 is literally a ball of filament

Looks like the print came off the print bed during printing. Whenever this happens, the object's entire structure is lost, and you end up with filament spaghetti most of the time.

 

As Carla points out, there's a lot more to say. For example, do you see the base of the print somewhere? Is it still stuck in the print bed where it should be, or has it come loose by itself? Did you apply some form of adhesive (like glue) on the bed surface before you started printing? Have you used one of the built-in profiles in Cura? Have you modified any settings in Cura?

 

Tell us a bit more so we can help determine the cause.

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