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Posted · Help with cylinder wall thickness problem on some layers



I am printing a cylinder like object with ender 3 pro and experiencing layer thickness problems at specific layer heights. The printer x,y,z axis seem aligned good at the printer good (but who knows...).

Interesting thing is that if i print a normal cylinder object (just the walls) it prints fine.
Could be this a slicer bug? In xray and layer view everything looks fine.

Did anyone seen a problem like this? Any tips are welcome!!!! THX


filament: PETG (verbatim) Cura 4.7.0, slicer settings attached




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