I have been having issues with a vase print using a FlashForge Creator Pro.
I am using the default slicer for the printer(FlashPrint) because the Creator Pro only accepts
.x3g rather than
The issue is that the printer seems to be both under extruding and over extruding.
I am printing ASA filament at 0.18 mm layer height at 240 °C with a heated bed at 110 °C. I am running the print with the fan on. I am also running at 80 mm/s print speed.
I have tried both lowering and raising the temperature, changing the print speed from 80 mm/s to 60 mm/s, and changing the extrusion multiplier.
At this point I am not really sure what to do in order to get this to print nicely, any advice would be welcome.
After a few more prints and the link that "E-Doe" posted I am beginning to think that the problem might be with the z-axis. My reason for thinking this is that the layers that bulge out do so consistently for the entire layer and then stop for a bit. I think I also ruled out temperature variation. I measured the temperature in the enclosure with a separate device and it stayed pretty constant the whole time.
Not really sure how to fix that but I will call this question answered.