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Ender 5 Pro print quality issue

I got my 3D printer from Creality 1 day ago. My dog off the SD card came perfectly, Benchy was also printed almost flawlessly. I used standard Benchy settings on all my prints. Now I tried making a ...
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Bizarre Underextrusion Issue

Printer: SecKit Go w/ BMG/v6 and SKR v1.3/TMC2130 Drivers Slicer: Simplify3d or Cura (problem is much worse in Cura?) Long story short - after getting this printer running, I have noticed that it ...
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Partial underextrusion in walls

I'm facing weird "pillars" of underextrusion on outer walls of my XYZ test cube. On the pictures below I`ve printed PLA test cubes with a 0.4 mm nozzle, 0.2 mm height and 210/50 °C ...
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Top layers failing/underextruding on Creality CR-10

For some reason the only the top layers keep failing or underextruding on my prints, for no clear reason. Here are my settings: Slicer: Simplify3D Filament: 1.75 mm Black PLA from Filamentive ...
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Weird temperature graph and thermal runaway protection triggered

I woke up this morning with my 20 hour long print failed around 15 hour in. I checked the octoprint console, and saw a very weird temperature graph. Later found out thermal runaway protection kicked ...
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Printer extrudes too little filament at beginning and end of extrusion

I've bought a new type of filament (GreenTEC Pro Natural) for my Anycubic Mega i3 to print some food-safe cookie cutters. Now I have changed the print settings to an extruder temperature of 210 &...
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Problems with under extrusion and clogs on CR-10

I've asked a question before on the extruder gear clicking on my CR-10, but I'm certain its because of the nozzle getting clogged for some reason. I'm using a standard 0.4 mm nozzle with white ...
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Under extrusion… sometimes

You can see small gaps in the print which looks like under extrusion (see image below). What is the reason for that? I've tried smaller retracting distances. Temperature looks stable. Print settings:...
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Walls are sometimes porous

I have a Tronxy P802E, which works pretty well for me. I currently use Ultimaker Cura 4.1.0. However, I occasionally get a weird problem where the walls in certain parts of certain prints will be ...
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Ender 3 under extrusion

I have a new Ender 3, it was printing fine using the Ultimaker Cura 4.1 slicer. I printed about 1/2 a roll of blue 1.75 mm filament through a 0.4 mm nozzle. All my prints were Ender 3 mods (...
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3D print appears to print very weak walls in long print

So after a long print the walls in the print begin to weaken and it appears they might not be printed at all. In the upside down picture you can see the weakness where the two pieces are separated. ...
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PET-G under-extrusion after changing the nozzle to a 1.2 mm d. one (Prusa i3 mk3s and PrusaSlicer v2.0)

PET-G is the main filament I use. I can achieve high quality of my prints with my Prusa i3 mk3s printer. Recently however, I've recently changed my nozzle from the default 0.4mm to the 1.2mm. I ...
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Wanhao i3 stops printing after about 40 minutes

I have a Monoprice Maker Select V2.1 (rebadged Wanhao Di3) with a microswiss all metal hot-end and machined lever and extruder plate. It had been printing very consistently for months with this set up ...
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Anet A8 inconsistent filament flow [duplicate]

I have been attempting to get my Anet to print for a couple months now. Haven't had a huge amount of time but when I have I've worked on it. A lot of the problems I have had I have been able to ...
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underextrusion of infill? [duplicate]

Running a bency print to test my new cooler, I noticed an odd effect on the rectilinear infill I'm using: It's almost as if the individual lines of the infill are tearing. The thing is that the ...