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  1. #11
    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    remove filament from printer and wipe the nozzle when you level.
    even the smallest amount of filament left at the tip of the nozzle will give you a false level.

    You have to remember that we are dealing with layer sizes as thin as five 100ths of a millimetre. ANYTHING between the nozzle tip and the paper will make a difference.

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    Have you found the secret setting of 3D Printing the smaller more detailed models.

    If No then Continue.

    In my printing of PLA it likes to be printed between 192-202C with a Bed temp of 40-60C.
    Depending on your 3D Printer the start speed can be a 30-50% as compared to the 100% set in the slicer as full speed.
    After the first layer has printed you can increase the print speed. I can print from 72-86% near perfect Models quite easily though have printed faster with a few Print flaws.

    I have in the forums uploaded my Cura's profiles they include Cura 15.04.6 - Cura 4. An have used other slicers thou continue using my trusty Cura slicers.

    Again here are my Cura Profiles
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  3. #13
    I run 210 on my nozzel and 60 on my bed for hatchbox pla. You may have a bad slicer

  4. #14
    If the filament is curling around your nozzle then it is a sign that your z-height is too high.

  5. #15


    I agree. I have 7 3d printers from different brands and find a bit of Magigoo solves most print bed adhesion problems.

  6. #16
    Throwing is definitely not a good idea dear, you can go for repairing.

  7. #17
    Check the parts. Maybe they need a replacement.

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