alexjshepler
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Tiny "fuzzy" wispy strings on the entire surface of the model?
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That is the print stringing still. Even thought that you have your printer dialed in, the plastic that is still in the nozzle is still grabbing onto your print and pulling out the nozzle just a tad. ...

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First layer problem
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There could be multiple reasons for this happening, the most probable cause would be that the bed isn't leveled properly, if you have an auto leveling bed I'd suggest that you give that a run through, ...

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BLTouch type sensor Z not compensating
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I am not the best with firmware modifications or anything like that, but you could try running your printer through OctoPrint and do the bed leveling through that and maybe that might fix the problem ...

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Adventurer 3 3D Printer doesn't extrude correctly
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So there could be multiple solutions to your problem. One of them being as mentioned in another answer that you aren't printing hot enough. Double-check the filament that you got, there should be a ...

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Why are so many bed surfaces black? Would white help?
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I believe that the color is just a design choice, and doesn't have that big of an effect on the print itself. Changing the color wouldn't have an effect on the print itself. If you are looking for a ...

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I am getting bubbles and a bulge at the bottom layer of my 3D print
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I think that your bed is too hot because the bubbling is only on the bottom layer, if it was through out the entire print, I would say that it is your nozzle temp and you should do a temp tower, but ...

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Does shimming my build surface compete with spending a bunch more money and time on an auto-leveling system?
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So, the difference between the shimming vs. auto-leveling is that auto-leveling goes around in a 4x4 grid taking measurements of the bed (you do need to set the Z calibration first, as you know) vs. ...

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Will 3D printing work upside down or in zero gravity?
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SLA printing wouldn't just work on earth, it just needs some sort of gravitational pull just to keep the liquid down. On the other hand, "normal" 3D printing in theory could print upside ...

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Fill hollow part of body in the 3D model
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This is a problem with the model, you need to make sure that the model isn't hollow. You might be able to get around this though if you use scaffolding, it might recognize the overhand hand build ...

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How do you remove rough edges from completed prints?
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There are several different ways you can go about doing this You could calibrate your printer/software better that way so the slicer can make better gcode files that are best fit for you printer Take ...

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Manual Color Changing
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There is a way that you'd be able to do it but its not really conventional and could use up some filament: Calculate out where you want it to stop. Then, when you want to change colors, you set your ...

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How to determine width of the nozzle, that is already installed on the printer?
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Majority of nozzles have a .4 or a .3 on it, that indicates how big it is in millimeters. If yours doesn't, take one of these digital rulers (the ones that have the prongs that stick out on the side ...

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