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Printing a Cube VS. Printing a Cylinder

JayJoeJayJoe Posts: 34🌟 Super Member 🌟
Hi everyone.
I realized that when the first layer is a quadrilateral shape (either a square or rectangle; 90 degree between wall lines), it easily warps and I need to apply brim. 
Whereas when printing a first layer with circular shape (or as long as the wall line is curved), it won't warp at all. 

My bed leveling is fine, in fact I level the bed real close and clicking sounds can be heard from the extruder motor.
My slicing setting is first layer height 0.16mm, initial flow 110%.

I'm thinking whether is this common to you guys? 


  • Samuel PinchesSamuel Pinches Posts: 2,997Administrator
    What material and print temps are you using?
  • JayJoeJayJoe Posts: 34🌟 Super Member 🌟
    PLA, temperature 205 deg. bed temperature 65 deg
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