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Your print isn't cooling fast enough. With small, thin prints like this, PLA needs a fair bit of airflow to solidify before the next layer goes down. Your printer doesn't appear to have a proper print-cooling fan, so I have two suggestions: Print two or even three of the part at the same time, spaced a fair distance apart on the build plate. This will give ...


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You can put pretty much any controller in pretty much any printer, with a few noteworthy details you need to keep in mind for a Replicator 1. Makerbots use thermocouples. Most RepRap style 3d printers use thermistors. So you would need to replace the extruder temp sensors, or choose a new controller with thermocouple support. Makerbots use 24v heaters and ...


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I agree with RyanCarlyle on this: Your print isn't cooling fast enough. Please regard this answer of mine that covers a few options to help with the issue you're encountering. Pay particular attention to the layer times, and active cooling. The essential take-away from my answer (linked above) is this: Increase Layer Times. Increasing Minimum Layer ...


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I don't know what was the object like in your plans but it looks like your extruder stopped pushing filament well. I had similar effect when I used extensive retraction with low quality filament. In fact filament was to soft and when it was pressed to hobbed pulley/bolt it became flatened and then stopped flowing. So if your case is similar you could check ...


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I guess you are referring to the corner of the part facing you in the first figure, and the sliced corner on the left in the second figure and not the white lines on the wall facing you. This latter effect is called Moiré or moiré pattern which is an optical illusion created by interference. This appears to be a slicer error or a rendering error, the walls ...


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