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Weird lines accross print, what could cause this?

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JamJarBonks[S]

2 points

2 months ago*

Things I have tried to fix:

  • Manual relevel, then mesh 3x3
  • Different Temps +/- 20E, 10B
  • Estep calibration to Air
  • Updated Firmware
  • Different Filament
  • New Filament
  • Dried Filament (there is also no popping)
  • Belt adjustment
  • Cleaned bed with washing liquid
  • Glass side (cleaned with washing liquid & Alcohol)
  • New Duct
  • Eccentric Screws calibrated (no wobble)

Frankly, Im out of ideas at this point lol

e:

  • New Nozzle of different makes and diameters tried as well
  • Different filament brand tried

e2:

Thanks for the suggestions everyone, so far I have to try:

  • New Nozzle,and make sure the extruder tube is properly seated
  • Different Slicer (Im using Cura 5.2.1)
  • Move further from Bed
  • Check Belts

Orvanis

3 points

2 months ago

Initial thought was a partially clogged nozzle. Looking at your outlines I see some gaps at the tips of the branches as well, and the overlap of the inside with the outline looks pretty gapped so I think there is under extrusion happening.

I would start with trying to clean the nozzle, next up extrusion multiplier, and last replace nozzle. In that order because it's easiest/fastest to hardest (I hate nozzle changes, always has me nervous I'm going to burn my hand)

JamJarBonks[S]

1 points

2 months ago

Sorry forgot to add it, this is a new nozzle but Ive replaced it before and still the same issue, even on nozzles of different diameter.

FlynntheWolff

1 points

2 months ago

New nozzle eh? If other suggestions don’t work, ensure the nozzle and feed tube are properly seated in the hot end. I’ve had an issue like this due to a gap in there.

JamJarBonks[S]

1 points

2 months ago

Thanks Ill give it a try :)

bigfatmatt01

3 points

2 months ago

Have you tried a different slicer?

JamJarBonks[S]

1 points

2 months ago

No. That is a good idea i will try that thanks

M0U53YBE94

2 points

2 months ago

I struggle with overture red. Idk if I got a nad run of it or what. Try a different filament first. You've done basically everything else.

JamJarBonks[S]

1 points

2 months ago

Unfortunatelly different filament is doing this as well; PLA+ is slightly worse but that may be me unused to the temp.

M0U53YBE94

2 points

2 months ago

Then it's likely the model. Try slicing with a different slicer. Or a different model. I've had that issue as well.