Thoughts about Raise3D, 3D printing and making in general.
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GonzoG wrote:Your print is curling up due to too much heat.
It needs more cooling and if that doesn't help, slow down printing.
jess8 wrote:The best way to fix your nozzle hitting your prints or bed is to slightly raise your Z-endstop on the side of your 3D printer. This is what tells your 3D printer to stop moving down so much.
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