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Issue With Infill/Bridging

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Print: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:704409

Here's the print, I think it is definitely evident not only on the "bridging" portion but on the layer that all of it sits, on, holes ETC. (Note this was printed at 100mm/sec, but i think it is definitely doable)

Settings:

KtADm.jpg

*Extruder temp: 215C*

*Bed Temp: 50C*

*Ultimaker Silver PLA*

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Quality:

Layer Height: 0.1mm

Shell: 0.8mm

Retraction: Enabled

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Fill:

Bottom/Top Thickness: 0.6mm

Fill: 33%

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Speed

Print speed: 100mm/s

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Support:

None

Rr130.jpg

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Machine:

Nozzle: 0.4mm

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Quality

Initial layer: 0.3mm

Initial layer line width: 100%

Cutoff object bottom: 0mm

Dual extrusion overlap: 0.15mm

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Speed:

Travel speed: 150mm/s

Bottom layer speed: 20mm/s

Infill speed: 100mm/s

Top/bottom speed: 0mm/s (100mm/s)

Outer shell speed: 75mm/s

Inner shell speed: 0mm/s (100mm/s)

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Cool:

Minimal layer time: 5 sec

Fans: Enabled 100%

The results:

uu7oNdU.jpg

uu8DGIy.jpg

Sorry for the upside down image. Thanks Apple.

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