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I really need your help.
I have built an Anet A8 printer. First of all, I printed a circular fan for the nooze.
After this upgrade, I printed a first "T corner" piece who was just perfect. I printed a second one to have two of them on each vertical Z support.
But... The second one was uggly. The diagonal (hangover ?) was like an inversed scale while the first one was really clean, increasing bottom to top nicelly.
I do not understand what has changed between the two prints.
During the second print, the borders of the piece are not flat but they are more hight than the printing surface.
I have tried many things... downing the temperature, slowing the printing speed, with no success.
Because of the first piece who printed well, I know my printer is able to do it, so I'm searching a way to calibrate my printer.
Should I have to force fan speed ? I see the fan doesnt work everytime, but it turns sometimes (depending on gcode, I suppose)
I need your help !