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Posted · Ultimaker 2 bubbly extrusion

If the filament absorbs water, it can go to steam during extrusion and cause this. What type if filament are you using, how old is it and how was it stored and for how long?

Do you have other filament you can try?

 

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Posted · Ultimaker 2 bubbly extrusion

If the filament absorbs water, it can go to steam during extrusion and cause this. What type if filament are you using, how old is it and how was it stored and for how long?

Do you have other filament you can try?

 

its color faab xt and i just took it out of the package it was stored in for 3 months

 

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Posted · Ultimaker 2 bubbly extrusion

Is the problem less at higher temps? If so, it's another indication if water in your fillament.

 

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