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charles123

mega help needed please

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hey ultimaker friends

how are you ?

so as you expected i have a mega problem i printed the test robot but it got it all wrong and i really mean all wrong. There is only a blob of molten plastic...

i have pictures i can show you

i really appreciate the answers in advance

any help is still help

thanks !!

 

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Please post a photo. Also please follow your own topic. To follow click "follow this topic" at the top right of this page. But I think you have to validate your email to do that. You should have gotten an email - go check your spam folders.

To post a picture, click "gallery" at the top left of this page, then click the blue "upload" button. Later start a new posting and click "my media" next to the smile icon.

 

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