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Fault on thin vertical geometry

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Posted · Fault on thin vertical geometry

 

Hi everyone,

I printed a geometry which contains thin vertical "columns".

On these columns are small "hooks":

 

150302 KFE3 Haken1

Since I am a beginner, I print with high quality settings.

Everything on the print is fine, except for these hooks.

As soon as the printer starts to print the hooks, there seems to be an offset and the quality is not OK anymore.

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IMG 1456

Everything above the columns is fine again.

Does anybody have an idea, what might be the cause here?

Do you need further informations?

Thank you all in advance.

 

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Posted · Fault on thin vertical geometry

Please set your album type to 'public' (my gallery/ edit/ album type).

Have you looked at these spots in layer view in Cura? Could you make a screenshot?

 

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