Anyone recognises this printing symptom?

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EdddieN
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Anyone recognises this printing symptom?

Post by EdddieN »

Hello

I use a Dremel 3D45 and I´m printing using their slighly altered version of Cura. Anyway, I have been printing a 3 bladed object and one of the blades always comes like the photo. Any idea what it could be? Looks like the start/end of the layer print but no idea where to look to solve it.

Any suggestions would be great.
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Re: Anyone recognises this printing symptom?

Post by Roberts_Clif »

Here are a few things you could try.

1. Scan model using a STL repair program, there are many programs and online STL repair programs.
2. Try a different slicer preferably a newer version on Cura and transfer your Profiles across.
3. Rotate the object 45 degrees and re-slicer, sometimes just changing the rotational axis can make a difference.
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Re: Anyone recognises this printing symptom?

Post by EdddieN »

Thanks! I have tried with Cura and it did the trick, much better!

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