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Unwanted X offset when printing support  


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I have checked "Support" & "Support Gap". I have approximately a 1mm gap to the left and no gap on the right. See image.

Initially, I had used the "Normal" print profile. The image shows the same job but using a print profile with the alternate (grid) support pattern.

At first I thought "Nozzle Alignment"? But that proved to be spot-on. Next, I created a test plug to replace the support print and loaded them as a two-part job. That printed fine - equal sub-mm gap all round.

So, why is the support print offset? It does difficult to break away the support after printing.


Regards, M.



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