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Posted · spaghetti

Hello, what was the rest of the model suppose to look like? It looks like a clean cut, and no gradual under extrusion. Did your display give you any error or other message? Did your filament get caught in a knot? 

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    Posted · spaghetti

    No errors.... while it was printing, I was scraping off PVA material from the top of the smaller bowls.  I'm guessing that I pushed the table down and it started printing in mid air.  I was bored 😞

    How about the PVA over extruding on the bottom of the bowl causing the dug out defect on the print?  I tilted the next print and it just moved the defect to the opposite side of the bowl.



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