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    Extreme layer shifting Ender 3 v2

    Hi everyone,I got a new Ender 3 v2 but I got some major issues with it. Whenever I print things that are from thingiverse they come out fine but whenever I try to print something I designed myself in Fusion 360 I get extreme layer shifting in both the x and y-axis.I use Cura as slicer and don't use any weird settings. I will add pictures of the layershifting and also how other 3d-models come out.Is it possible it has something to do with the way I save the files I want to 3D-print? Because I did a lot of designing in the past for printers like the Ultimaker and that was no problem at all.Hope someone can help.

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    It appears that you are having some real problems with layer shifting.

    Possible Causes :

    Eccentric nuts are over tightened.
    Stepper motor V-Ref current incorrectly adjusted.

    Post one of your Fusion 360 project STL files I will test print it

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    I will! Here it is. It is pretty big so you should probably scale it down. Thank you for helping me!Laptop standaard v200000000.stl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    It appears that you are having some real problems with layer shifting.

    Possible Causes :

    Eccentric nuts are over tightened.
    Stepper motor V-Ref current incorrectly adjusted.

    Post one of your Fusion 360 project STL files I will test print it
    I think I might have found the problem. Instead of exporting as an .stl in 360 I used the built in 3d print option to send it directly to Cura and it is already looking different. I am gonna turn it on and will let you know in 7 hours ;P

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    Printed at 0.32mm layer height no layer shift

    Tablet Holder.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    Printed at 0.32mm layer height no layer shift

    Tablet Holder.jpg
    Hmmm thats so weird. That would mean it is the printers or slicers fault. I will check my print when I go back home. Thanks for testing for me!!

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    I just finished my print and as you can see on the pictures it come out waaaaay better then the previous prints. But there was still some slight layer shifting at the top. (in both directions) And there was a lot of stringing (But that is obviously a different matter. So I am still not quite sure what the problem is because it is kinda solved but it still shifted a bit.WhatsApp Image 2021-01-03 at 00.39.45 (1).jpgWhatsApp Image 2021-01-03 at 00.39.45.jpg

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    I am trying a Print with a modified layer thickness across the lower area to see how well this will change the terraces.

    The dark Blue layer height is .08mm the Green has a layer height of .2mm.


    Laptop Holder.jpg
    Last edited by Roberts_Clif; 01-04-2021 at 11:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    I am trying a Print with a modified layer thickness across the lower area to see how well this will change the terraces.The dark Blue layer height is .08mm the Green has a layer height of .2mmLaptop Holder.jpg
    What program are you using?

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    PrusaSliscer with my Hictop 3DP11 an 3DP12 3D Printers.

    Here is the Finished Print. Artifacting almost non-existent.
    Printed in 3hurs 48 minutes

    Laptop Holder.jpg
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    Last edited by Roberts_Clif; 01-04-2021 at 11:53 AM.

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