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    Adjust Extrusion Rate for slightly thinner Filament

    Hello,

    i need help with my BST768.

    I've modded it to use custom cardridges, now i have the problem that the extrusion is slightly to 'thin'.
    When i measure the Filament diameter it is 1.72 to 1.73.

    Is there any chance to modify the extrusion parameters?

    Thanks

    faheus aka. Charlie

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    i am having a similar problem and would like to know the answer, did you find anything?
    -Fred

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    Use Insight and reduce the distance between the toolpaths.

    Mine has 1.70-1.72 mm and I use

    Contour to raster air gap: -0.03
    Raster to taster aig gap: -0.03
    Refill gewuenscht? PM auch gerne auf Deutsch!
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