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Dat Concept
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First layer problem occurs very often, can someone explain why this happens?

Why do these weird spots happen on the first layer?

 

Posted : 21/04/2022 9:12 pm
fuchsr
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RE: First layer problem occurs very often, can someone explain why this happens?

Clean the sheet with hot water and fragrant-free dish washing soap. If the spots disappear, it was fingerprints.

Posted : 21/04/2022 10:05 pm
Dat Concept
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I always clean the bed very good with isopropyl alcohol. But I think it could be a fingerprint thing..., because sometimes there is a string of material across the bed, and I quickly put it it off. I did not now that such a small action could make a difference. Thank you very much for your reply. I am now aware of what could be the problem, so I will try to verify with next prints to see if this is the issue or not. But my gut feeling says it is. Thank you for making me aware. I will let you know if it was the problem. Thank you very much for your kindness and your help, I really appreciate you, thank you !:) 

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Posted : 21/04/2022 10:10 pm
Dat Concept
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RE: First layer problem occurs very often, can someone explain why this happens?

I tested it 🙂 it was indeed from fingerprints. Know I know even the slightest touch will cause this to happen. Thank you very much, I will be much more careful from now on. Thank you so much for your help, because it happened sometimes and sometimes not I did not know what was causing it. But now that I am aware it makes total sense 🙂 thank you once again!

Posted : 21/04/2022 10:43 pm
fuchsr
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RE: First layer problem occurs very often, can someone explain why this happens?

My pleasure. IPA is good between prints (and you should use lots of it) but every now and then it's time to take the sheets back to the sink for a good scrub because the IPA won't get rid of everything.

Posted : 22/04/2022 1:07 am
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