By - Will2025
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* Filament Material and Brand
* Nozzle and Bed Temperature
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* Nozzle Retraction Settings
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It's a classic sign of hot plastic being put on top of hot plastic, add a minimum layer time in the slicer. You'll have to play around to get the right time though.
It will definitely differ, but what roughly would you recommend?
Time the layers around the steering wheel to get the right time. I don't print much in tpu so I'm not sure.
The other solution is more part cooling, either up the fan if it isn't on 100% already or upgrade them to bigger/better ones
Well this is tpu, and from my research the fan should be pretty low, but I'll look into layer time, thx