I’m not sure if this is the right terminology for what’s the in attached picture. So I’m having a bit of trouble determining the cause. I did recently switch from a Black PLA to this Grey PLA and generally had no such issues with the Black. From the research that I did do, I think this MAY be due to an issue with the Slicing Software (using Cura). That said, I’m also looking for a more technical understanding as to what is happening here?
About this print, I can print it great as a single continuous run. It’s only when the head “hops” from one section to another that it manifests. These “buttons” were printed at the same time on the same run, both look identical on the top and the bottom in terms of their output (which is why I took the picture as shown, so you can see both). Also, it should be noted that the “bulbing” doesn’t realy start until it his the incline.
Again, I’m looking for a greater understanding as to why this happens (in terms of what the hardware mechanism is that causes it). Second what would the recommendations be on solving this in terms of getting a better slice output (assuming that’s the issue).
I’m using the TAZ 5, 205C, PLA. Cura to slice.