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Posted (edited) · Problem with printing overhanging/concave surfaces.

Hello Team!


I have a problem with printing overhanging surfaces. Based on the Convex/Concave test, the problem starts at ~50 degrees on the concave side.
At the same time, there are no problems on the convex side.

I tried to change the temperature settings (190-225), I have 100% airflow starting from the 2nd layer.
Changed line width settings (0.4-0.8) at height 0.2, set Arc Welder and Linear Advance, but nothing changes.

Any ideas where to look?
Plastic PLA Eryone, FBG6 with original,photo_2_2023-07-03_12-01-17.thumb.jpg.28a864c5d949425885eefd96a9b6c503.jpg then  custom firmware, gears and nozzle replaced (Triangle 0.4)

Below are a couple of photos for an example (cuffs and fingers, layers are uneven and sag).



Edited by Zzoid
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