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Schrift wird nicht geschlossen. Immer offene Stellen.

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Hallo patrick.sachse

Auf dem Bild erkennt man, dass sich die Fehler bei gleichen Buchstaben an identischen Stellen wiederholen (e-e).

Das Teil sieht relativ klein aus.

Bei kleinen Strukturen ist zu beachten, dass die minimale Dicke dem Nozzle-Durchmesser oder dessen Vielfaches entspricht. Bei einer 0.4 mm Nozzle sollten kleine Strukturen also 0,4, 08. oder 1.2 mm dick sein. Wandstärken von 0.9, 1.0 etc. sind sehr schwierig zu drucken, besonders die oben abdeckende Schicht. Ab ca. 2.5 mm ist dann eine vernünftige Füllung möglich.

Wahrscheinlich ist das Problem auch bereits in der Layer-Ansicht im Cura zu sehen.

Gruss, Obi


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