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umer-tanveer

how to get rid of retraction?

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Hi,

i made a model but there is alot of retraction like web in the model..

so i want to know how can get rid of this retraction.

so can you guide me that retraction setting in um2 my printer settings are

retraction length 4.51 mm

retraction speed is 25 mm/s

what should be the retraction length and retraction speed in um2 and cura.

here are my cura settings regarding that model

i printed this model in fast low quality

basic settings are:

layer height 0.1

shell thickness 0.8

retraction enabled

bottom top thickness 0.6

fill density 20%

print speed 50mm/s

advanced settings are:

nozzle size 0.4

initial layer thickness 0.3

dual extrusion overlap 0.2

travel speed 150 mm/s

bottom layer speed 20 mm/s

infill speed 0

minimal layer time 5 sec

you can see these pictures and guide me

how can i get rid of this.

thankyou

http://i.imgur.com/pCM17Ta.jpg

http://imgur.com/pCM17Ta,ntsbJBN,qsbk0TE#1

 

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