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    Print Globs Mid Print

    Print globs up mid-print. It fails at a different layer every time. 20190505_172545.jpg Anyone see this before? Could it be the fact that it's narrow? I can provide any pertinent settings
    Cura 4.0
    Gcreate Gmax 1.5+
    Headed bed 55c
    PLA+
    215c
    45mm/s feed
    fan at 65-85%
    No Support

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

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    I hate to be a pain but no one has any suggestions?

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    Would really like to help though have no experience with your 3D Printer.
    If you could provide more information any maybe a link to a Video we could watch showing the error someone could possibly have some incite.

    What we could use is the STL file you are trying to print with what slicer you are using and its settings. included with the above mentioned video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    Would really like to help though have no experience with your 3D Printer.
    If you could provide more information any maybe a link to a Video we could watch showing the error someone could possibly have some incite.

    What we could use is the STL file you are trying to print with what slicer you are using and its settings. included with the above mentioned video.
    I use Cura 4.0.0 on Windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Architect401 View Post
    I use Cura 4.0.0 on Windows
    Sorry I had to have 3 posts before I could post links
    It has a heated bed and a metal hotend. If you need anything else I will try to provide the info.
    It is not modded in any way.

    https://1drv.ms/f/s!Allz4jwuiz47mWDlInCMA9mTUqLy is the STL file.
    https://1drv.ms/f/s!Allz4jwuiz47mV_BOKRl86mKx30b is the Cura Profile.

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    The demo version is was to test and see if it was a failure at a specific height and it failed at various heights the 3 times I tried printing it. When rotated so that the threads are at the top the dimensions should be 65.88mm tall (longest dimension).
    I was able to print another file using the same settings but slightly wider and 5.5 inches tall with no failures.

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    Not much closer that I was before. Would not let me import your Cura 4 Profile.

    Cura 4.jpg

    Had to scale the Stl file by 25.402 in order to get the suggested Z height.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    Not much closer that I was before. Would not let me import your Cura 4 Profile.

    Cura 4.jpg

    Had to scale the Stl file by 25.402 in order to get the suggested Z height.
    So it seems that for you to get the profile to work you have to set your machine to a Gmax 1.5+

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    Here is the Settings used for that profile:
    https://1drv.ms/a/s!Allz4jwuiz47mWMqEmGxXC_VrONA
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    I would increase the infill density to 30% for this object. This is an increase of only 5%

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