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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

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As you can see above my printer only makes a sort of columns with an occasional bridge between them instead is solid fill lines. Even with flow at 105-110%.

It started doing this a while ago, and since i didnt change anything to my printer i wondered if this has something to do with my settings in cura.

 

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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

0.1 layer height

0.8 shell

0.6 bottom/top

fill density 30%

50mm/s speed(same for infill)

 

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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

With 30% infill it should be pretty easy to cap but you can try at slower speed.

Are the fan blowing at 100%?

What temp are you using?

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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

Well i have tried different settings already, but it seems to do this anyways. Atm i'm using 225C and fans are at 100% at .5mm

 

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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

I had something similar when i had a head blockage. Soi was only extruding a fraction of what was needed abd as a reult the prints were porous.

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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

Yeah i was thinking the same, but it prints the borders just fine. It's just the infill that is underextruded.

 

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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

It is not totally clear from the photo, but looking at the bottom layer, it looks like you might have some under extrusion.

 

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Posted · Infill dots instead of lines.

Did you ever get a solution to this problem? I am currently having the same thing and I am losing my mind over it.

 

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