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    My new Cr-10s not printing ok

    Hey, I bought a 3d printer 3 days ago a did an assembly, leveled the bed than did a test print of one layer squares in each corner and int he middle. After about 3 tries I got them nice and leveled.
    After that, I printed a circle in a circle connected with lines. I printed it on the default tape that came with it. It turned out fine except that some kind of leak or in other words the printer didn't stop all the flow of filament when it was traveling so it had a hard time sticking to the surface when it came to print the next part. I wanted to print text and after that, the problems started (note that I changed the filament from the one that came with the printer to a red azurefilm filament). The printer would print a nice infill the first layer wouldn't stick, it was leaking, edges of the print were curving. If you guys could help me pls I'm having a very hard time figuring this out.
    The infill was triangels

    #2
    print some actual blocks 20 mm square there could be several issues

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      #3
      The leaking between moves means not enough retraction, this is used to pull back filament and stop this, and the curling is bad bed adhesion or the plastic is cooling to quick, is it PLA, you could try some glue stick

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        #4
        At first I thought the glue stick was silly, but it made a world of difference with the pla for me.

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          #5
          I've had my cr10 for about a month now, and almost zero issues. Leveled the bed once when i first got it, and not since. Throw away the tape, it's useless. Clean the glass completely, then heat the bed to 65c, and give it a light spray of aquanet. When that dries, rub the gluestick lightly over the print area. Dont clean again for 10-15 print runs, but as the bed is heating every time, give a light rub with glue stick. I use elmers craft stick only

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            #6
            I think may you you can contact with the Factory to solve the problems.
            I have bought a JGAURORA A5 Printer, and their after-sale is so good. over one year, also help me to solve the problems.

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              #7
              Sounds like it is definately a first layer issue. Having a clean bed ALMOST always works for me without any adhesive. However, I have found that adding a light layer of Aquanet Unscented Hair Spray works even better. It makes sure your print sticks and adds some protection to the build surface when using things like textured sheets or a PEI surface.

              Here is an article that explains how to get a great first layer

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