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Hi everybody. I'm going to try and explain a problem that's been plaguing me for the last few prints. When my extruder moves to a new start point further away than 3" it will start out, not with a nice, full extrusion, only a thin, squiggly line for about an inch and then slowly start extruding normal as it goes. This ONLY happens if extruder head moves to a start point futher than 2 or 3" anything closer to that its seems to start out normal. I need to have my start points at a certain point (in the back of my print) and its always worked for me on the past. Never had this issue but now its with every print. I've been lowering my retraction setting to a point where I get blobs at the start points. I've tried the "extra restart distance" setting but that screws it up if my start point is within the 2" movement scenario.
It would seem as if the filament is being retracted too far and then not exctruded the same distence when staring out again, but only when moving further then said distance.
Using S3D and models I've printed before without issue. Temp is 190c on extruder. Tried different roll of filiment. What could possibly be my problem??
Is there a setting I'm missing in S3D that could fix this?
Here is a pic of what I'm talking about. The missing line is where extruder started the inner perimeter but didn't extrude fully for about 1in. But like I said... This happened after 6" of movment