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Posted · Printed parts not to designed sizes.

I have a Anet A8 printer and this has been working fine with some very good prints.  A few weeks ago the prints have been too wide and deep with the height being fine.  I printed a 20mm test cube which printed X axis 25mm Y axis 25mm and Z axis 20mm.  So I then printed a 10mm test cube this printed X axis 12.5mm Y axis 12.5mm and Z axis 10mm.  Any ideas and remedies please but in plain language.   

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    Posted · Printed parts not to designed sizes.

    Those are very consistent 125% numbers.  There are some new settings in Cura 5.0 in the Material section.

    Use the Setting Visibility tool and set visibility to "All" and then make sure your "Scaling Factor Shrinkage Compensation Factors" are all set to 100%.

     

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