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When I try to print , it starts out normal, but after a few layers it start printing very course and never come out of it. Can not make anything that looks good. Even tried some files that I had printed before that print good before and they look bad too.

As soon as I get a few more posts and guess then I can post pictures. I will just keep posting until I get there.

thanks

Bob - Reno NV

 

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You don't need to post a lot. On the top left of this screen there is a link that says "gallery". Go in there and click upload and upload all the pictures you might need.

Then create a post and click on "my media" next to the smiley face.

Even if gallery doesn't work you can post on any of hundreds of sites such as imgur, flickr, facebook, google plus. Then insert a link to the picture in your posting.

 

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