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Z moves extruding extra material

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I had a problem where when printing a test cube the corners would get extra material and make the corners rounded. I searched the net and found that by lowering the speed of the outershell this fixed the issue.

However, I still have extra material coming out from where it makes the z move up to the next layer. I cannot find anything on the net to remedy this.

I hit "check for update" and it says I have the most current version. I have tried different settings on retraction in basic and expert mode, nothing helps.

Has anyone experienced this.

I have a Prusa i3 running merlin, tuned in.

thanks

 

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