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geert

Deformed dragon shape

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Hello guys,

As I try to make a dragon figure, the following happens: The print deforms gradually like the printing plate is slowly moving but the print did not move from its spot. It started good and then starts warping. I suspect it is some kind of software problem.

Does anyone knows what the reason is or how I can solve this.

Thank you in advance.

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