Can’t get rid of those layer problems
 

Can’t get rid of those layer problems  

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paolo.d5
(@paolo-d5)
New Member

Layer issues How can i stop theese issues? You can see layers moved outside ( inside no problems)  

i did all maintenance and lube

flow calibrated

the layer issue is not at the same height, every print i do have theese ugly layer at different heights... how can i solve this?

Posted : 29/08/2020 1:31 am
Peter M
(@peter-m-3)
Prominent Member

There are websites with print errors and tips to solve the errors, search with google.

Check if your extruder is loose, check all bolts, and lift the extruder(by hand ), push it wright -left to see if has to much play.

Check the whole printer for loose bolts - screws- grub screws.

Check if belts are not to loose, but also not to tight, if it is to tight too much pressure will built up and make your prints bad, the belts should have a little play(very little) so pressure can be released.

 

Make a picture on the bed, how it is printing, what is the front? x y z axis?

Did you slow down?

Different filament?

Temp tower?

On the forum you can find about a line outside the model , and how to adjust this, if this is your problem i do not know.

Posted : 29/08/2020 10:52 am
Peter M
(@peter-m-3)
Prominent Member

Make a small model of your big model, in prusa slicer you can cut it, and use only the bad part of model, then testing will go faster.

Posted : 29/08/2020 10:53 am
prusanewuser
(@prusanewuser)
Reputable Member

Support once suggested me to use brims to avoid this issue but I don't find it useful.

Posted : 29/08/2020 1:57 pm
paolo.d5
(@paolo-d5)
New Member

@peter-m26

the little box where the nozzle is placed is movig if i tilt it 

 

Posted : 29/08/2020 2:32 pm
Peter M
(@peter-m-3)
Prominent Member

@paolo-d5

A little is normal, check the bolts everywhere.

I had myself the extruder loose(after 1 year of use), some bolts at the back came loose.

Posted : 29/08/2020 3:48 pm
paolo.d5
(@paolo-d5)
New Member

@peter-m26

i should check the bolts of the extruder too?

 

Posted : 29/08/2020 3:59 pm
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