I'd be interested in hearing more input on this thread. We recently recieved an AA0.8 hotend for our S5, but are struggling to create the near-perfect prints we have grown to expect from our AA0.4 hotend. Our latest 0.8 print turned to Ramen noodles:
We are using stock Cura profiles in 4.6.1, with the travel slowed to 35-40 and temp at about 208 (using Matterhackers Build PLA). Print bed is 60C with PEI surfacing (BuildTak).
What causes the "warts" protruding from the layers?
And the ripply "blistered" look?
You maybe want to give some information about the material (PET-G?) and the temperature and other quality settings you used.
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