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Posted · Anybody knows why my printer is doing this?


I was finally down for some good printing after a lot of testing... All of a sudden, it`s doing this! Can somebody explain me why he is behaving like this? When he starts on the infill, its starts rapidly moving with short stops back and forward on the y-axis (I assume) , very aggressively..

I`m printing on a Balco Touch (clone of Wanhao i3 plus) with normal settings, noting special...

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    Posted · Anybody knows why my printer is doing this?

    I missed this because it's in the Netherlands section.  @Smithy can move this to the regular Cura section.


    Please post the gcode file here so it can be examined.  It may be that you have the infill speed set higher than your regular print speed.

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