For PLA I use 210 nozzle, 62 bed, 45mm/s speed, 0.2mm layer height, 0.16mm first layer (thanks Jetguy et al https://3dprinterwiki.info/tips/first-layer-settings/ 1.0mm retraction at 40mm/s
And I'm just not getting acceptable prints.
The top turned out ok for this frog but the underside looks awful.
The supports for this failed from the start but I let it go since they weren't really necessary for this model. It started pealing up from the build plate (glass with glue stick @62c) after a while. Also, right at the boundry between the fill and the wall you can see buildup (flow reduced to 90%).
And I woke up this morning to this mess. But I have a feeling this was caused by the strings from the failed supports getting stuck in the motors.
So I guess my question is, where do I even start to address these issues?