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Printer prints the exact same shap regardless of the gcode file


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Posted (edited) · Printer prints the exact same shap regardless of the gcode file

Hi, so I got octoprint, and after a lifetime of bugs and issues, got it finally set up, so i go to print a webcam holder for time lapses, and it prints a shape that looks like a rectangle with rounded top corners, but it has a stick out the top, that came from the fact that my print (E3V2) makes a line up and down the left corners to let filament start to flowing. Anyways, I tried printing it on an msd card, no change, not sure what's happening but someone said it was faulty gcode, and I use Cura 4.13.1, so I posted here, I've also attached the files for the webcam I'm printing, not the stl, the gcode, and the image that shows the shape it forms, sorry about the background, i have carpet square for the floor of my basement (by the way, tried printing a hydroponic part, same issue)



Edited by Ancient_Paint2830
Forgot to mention other print
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