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    Extruder breaking pieces off of print

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ID:	114544 I'm having a couple of problems I can't find fixes for.
    First problem: What is it that is causing bad extrusion as in the black print?? Please notice how the back piece is broken off when compared to the front of the print.

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    Second problem: Why is the extruder hitting portions of the print causing parts to break off and why am I getting these stringy strings as in the yellow print??


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    Pleas help and thank you in advance...
    Last edited by nmonllor; 03-11-2018, 05:02 PM. Reason: Edit: Uploaded Settings, Hope this might help...

    #2
    Is there settings for print material ? that list you shown can you do the same but with custom options. For starters increase layer height to 0.2 or 0.3 mm

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      #3
      Okay, I set my layer height to.25 and here are the only material settings I know of...

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      I also made sure that the bed was leveled and I am now trying to print another marblevator track bowl. If there's any other material settings adjustment you would recommend, I'd appreciate the help.

      Thank you

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        #4
        What you should do is get the manual on Cura settings from their web site. I have the Cura program on computer but never used as I use Slic3r and have a description of all its settings but you need same for Cura . Things you should look at is retraction distance and try increasing it a bit maybe 1 mm. Some place on this forum I posted two sites that deal with different print problems and solutions. Make sure the right nozzle diameter has been set probably under materials.

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