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liam-richards

3D Print layers separating

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Hello all!!

I have attached two images of a 3d print I just did, the first layer has pealed and seperated and can be pulled off the model and it has warped significantly, done on an ultimaker 2, does the bed need levelling or the extruder need adjusting?

http://imgur.com/VkBoC3O,jLpKM6R#1

http://imgur.com/VkBoC3O,jLpKM6R#0

many thanks

-Liam

 

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Yes - you need to move the extruder closer to the bed.

1) Please post what kind of printer you have (it's okay if it's not an ultimaker) in your profile.

2) Please post what country you are in for your "location" field in your profile.

3) Please don't use imgur in the future because I don't think they store pictures for many months rendering this whole thread useless years from now.

 

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