Yes exactly - the annotations of the pix are correct.
Maybe I can make the 1st layer devastatingly slow like 5mm/s and pick up the stray strings....
I haven't dialled my retraction settings - i think they are stock
do you know which ones I should change?
as for the under extrusion..
should my get my print bed levelled closer or add 20% - 30% more flow of the filament? (or both?)
I just finished a large print and had this problem. Because it was a large model I was able to brush away the ooze before it became part of the model.
There is no setting in Cura to re-order the print sequence other than Infill Before Walls. For the first layer, there is no infill and so that setting likely won't help.
Your retraction distance of 0.8 appears to be for a Direct Drive. I will assume that you have that dialed in.
Looking at the second photo - are you talking about the line I highlighted? That looks like an extrusion with no retraction at all. It almost looks as if the lines that should cross it didn't do so.
BTW zooming in like that I see that first layer is either under-extruded by ~20% or the nozzle is too far up from the bed during the initial layer. There are a lot of gaps in there.) Here is what I'm talking about.
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