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[Solved] First Layers Not proper while printing


ESCcrasci
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Hello readers and fellow makers!

I have gotten into 3D-Printing pretty recently. My first print came awesome. But I am facing multiple issues recently where-in the first layer is not adhering propely. The other layers come out perfectly fine. But its the first that is horrible.

These are the specs of the printer:

Ender 3

Head:210

Bed:75

Filament: PLA (Cheap)

Slicer: Cura

Photo off one of the examples has been attached below.

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sbindus09
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Level your bed. Nozzle too far.

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sbindus09
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Level your bed. Nozzle too far. Also check extrusion, looks like under extrusion. Videos available on YouTube, check CHEP's video, how to set extrusion.

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ESCcrasci
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@sbindus09 Thanks a lot for the tips. I am currently checking the bed levelling. I'll check extrusion too. 

Cheers! 


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See the website :  www.Thingiverse.com   

 Thingiverse - Digital Designs for Physical Objects

They have at least three different support groups that share and exchange information about their Ender 3 3d printer problems.   You have to make a free logon to be able to get to the "Group" area.   I normally start my morning by reading the new group information on Thingiverse and recent postings the DroneWorkshop website.

Also, by looking at the picture it looks like your Z adjustment is to high.   Typically it the first layer is bad, but the second and third layers catch up and get better it is the Z adjustment or the bed level.   If it is under-extruding, it will under extrude on all layers.

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ESCcrasci
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@RCC1 I completely agree with your statement regarding the other layers gatteing better since that is what is happening in my case. I am currently re-levelling my printer's bed. If the issue still does not get fixed, I will get back.

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ESCcrasci
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Thanks a lot for the bed levelling suggestions people! The latest print has come out perfectly.

Thanks a lot once again!

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