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Linien auf Oberfläche

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heute habe ich ein Bauteil gedruckt. Soweit bin ich ganzu zufrieden.

Auf der Oberfläche befinden sich ein paar dünne Linien, die ich störend finde.

Es sieht so aus als wäre der Druckkopf dort entlang gefahren und hat dort Spuren vom Filament hinterlassen, siehe hier:


Wie bekomme ich die weg? Hätte gerne eine 'saubere' Oberfläche.



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Hallo 3Dnerd

Um dieses Überfahren der fertigen Oberflächen zu vermeiden, kannst Du das Cura-Plugin 'Retract while combing' benutzen. Damit kannst Du einstellen, bei welchen Layern diese Linien vermieden werden sollen, und evtl. auch den Druckkopf etwas abheben (Lift Head during Retract).

Gruss, Obi


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