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I've printed an object in ABS with the standard printer settings for ABS.

Can somebody explain the cracks. Although I used acetone-juice, some warping did occur.

What can I do to resolve this problem? (higher the nozzle temp?, using better abs filament? …)

Here are some pics

https://myspace.com/floating-mesh/mixes/streammix-704801/photo/373402750

https://myspace.com/floating-mesh/mixes/streammix-704801/photo/373402751

 

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