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ametwalyhsgca
(@ametwalyhsgca)
Active Member
Why is this now happening to my prints?

R ecently moved my printer, and when printing flat surfaces it does this now. The bottom lines dont perfectly meet up with the outer perimeter walls, and some of the lines have a burnt brown look to it. Is it a clogged nozzle? Bad filament? It was working just fine before i moved it. Has anyone ever experienced this problem before?

Posted : 16/08/2022 3:25 pm
MK Ultra
(@mk-ultra)
New Member
RE: Why is this now happening to my prints?

Your printer nozzle is broken, ur gonna have to buy a new nozzle and replace the heat break 

Posted : 16/08/2022 7:33 pm
karl-herbert
(@karl-herbert)
Illustrious Member
RE: Why is this now happening to my prints?

If you change the position of the printer: https://forum.prusa3d.com/forum/original-prusa-i3-mk3s-mk3-assembly-and-first-prints-troubleshooting/life-adjust-z-my-way/

wbr,

Karl

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Posted : 16/08/2022 7:40 pm
ametwalyhsgca
(@ametwalyhsgca)
Active Member
Topic starter answered:
RE: Why is this now happening to my prints?

I see, well this seems to be happen specifically with middle / back of the printer. The front part of the bed prints fine but when i get to the back this seems happen

Posted : 16/08/2022 7:48 pm
Robin
(@robin)
Reputable Member
RE: Why is this now happening to my prints?

@mk-ultra that does not make sense on more than one level... Why should moving the printer damage the nozzle, why do you need to replace the heat break if the nozzle was damaged?

I am more with @karl-herbert : better rerun the whole calibration starting with the wizard and ending with first layer calibration first.

Regarding the brown burned parts: did that already happen before you moved your printer? Did you ever change anything at the hot end (opened it, replaced nozzle or PTFE etc). Can you take a picture of your hot end (preferably with the fan shroud removed so one can see the whole heat block)?

If at first you don't succeed, skydiving is not for you.

Posted : 17/08/2022 11:26 am
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