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Posted · Slicing Error

Still having troubles figuring out why there are columns of no filament in some spots. Is this a conversion to STL issue or an issue with my cura?

Thanks in advance.

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Posted · Slicing Error
9 minutes ago, Framar said:

Turn off coasting.

That was it. Any idea why it does that? 

Appreciate the help

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Posted · Slicing Error

With some printers (eg with a bowden tube) and materials (eg more flexible), when extruding material there will be a built-up pressure, which means that if the printer stops extruding there will still be residual pressure causing material to be extruded from the nozzle. Coasting tries to “use up” that residual pressure.

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Posted · Slicing Error
10 hours ago, ahoeben said:

With some printers (eg with a bowden tube) and materials (eg more flexible), when extruding material there will be a built-up pressure, which means that if the printer stops extruding there will still be residual pressure causing material to be extruded from the nozzle. Coasting tries to “use up” that residual pressure.

Interesting. I am assuming there are no roundabouts for the setting (on Cura)? I was getting good prints with it but I should be able to make a few retraction changes to get the same results.

Thank you, I appreciate the response.

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