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bob-hepple

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Hi

I have three sections out of a programme from S3d can anyone tell me if there is something a miss. At these stages between sections I get material being placed placed at the start of the layer quiet badly and at layer 14 it is that bad it penetrates through the model and causes a lump

; layer 14, Z = 2.1

M106 S124

T0

; tool H0.15 W0.48

G0 X101.456 Y87.557 F1800

G0 Z2.1 F1800

G1 E-0.1 F690

G92 E0

G1 X101.972 Y87.035 E0.0083 F1045

G1 X102.684 Y86.501 E0.0183

 

 

 

; layer 88, Z = 13.2

M106 S124

T0

; tool H0.15 W0.48

G0 X86.998 Y90.276 F2000

G0 Z13.2 F1800

G1 E-0.1 F690

G92 E0

G1 X87.451 Y89.898 E0.0067 F1472

 

; layer 248, Z = 37.2

M106 S0

T0

; tool H0.15 W0.48

G0 X70.923 Y92.847 F2200

G0 Z37.2 F1800

G1 E-0.1 F690

G92 E0

G1 X71.297 Y92.568 E0.0053 F2070

 

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