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Posted · How to get rid of these lines...

I've noticed a lot of z stage wobble, perhaps that's partially the cause. It's the first time I've printed anything this tall, apart from spiralised cylinder which doesn't jerk the z as much. Probably always been like this but just never noticed before.

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Posted · How to get rid of these lines...

No haven't used that I don' think....will check tonight though and report back. Is it a plugin or a selectable option?

 

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Posted · How to get rid of these lines...

The um does not like the cold, loads of nozzle jams, i had it in a server rack full of fans and it was a disaster.is best you don't even breath on it when its printing. Just let it be. I always print at pla 210 35 mm at 0.06 now. Used to do 70mm at 230 but no more. Having a real bad time recently. Someone has messed about with the printer i can tell some fan holders are bent and the filament is incorrectly loaded, and nozzle is blocked. Well annoyed, wanted to do a tutorial this weekend, but doesn't look like thats gonna happen.

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