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how to get rid of these blobs ?

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Dont know what is this , how to spell this on ENGL - are these blobs or ?

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they are producing when layer is changed

or when head making inner wall, then goes on outer wall - this movement of head makes this tiny holes - blobs

I did calibrated extruder, belt looks OK to me.

tried with different software, and different settings, temps.

tnx !

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How about taking photos from an angle where the seam is not visible? ;-)

There is the "Joris" setting in Cura. This gets rid of the seam in some cases, but only if you print hollow with only 1 line. And the pink panther woman is not suited for that (her breasts will not work)

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