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Under extrusion ?

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Hi,

I have some problems on the picture here. Some lines are full of small holes...

It seems that increasing the flow by 10% and slower speed solve the problem.

Do you know why ? Is there a better solution ?

Thanks in advance

G

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I will see for the parameters tonight.

 

I found also a bowden tube problem.

 

I had a massive bronzefill problem. The head was full of bronze. The filament in the bowden tube was pretty hot. I found that the inner diameter of the bowden tube is too narrow the last cm.

 

I have to change it. Do you know if the bowden tube on the online store is compatible with the UM2 ?

 

Thanks

 

Gauthier

 

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