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Nice to know. When I first started printing with ABS I thought I was getting over-extrusion on the first few layers as the print head.seemed to be ploughing through ridges of material from adjacent passes. Went away after a few layers so could have just been my build platform being a calibrated a little too close.

Going to run Triffid Hunters calibration tests to see how my printer fares in stock settings. Am getting some pillowing on the top most layers when I printed Coffins Cube so need to look at the fan settings and experiment with temperature. In general, I feel I am getting poor bridiging performance so hopefully that will help.

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