Mogal wrote:It might be slowly building up around the nozzle, then when there is enough, it blobs up onto the print.
As I already sad, you can defenite hear when a blob is printed, since the print is slowed down for fraction of a second. This is an active desired process, not a random thing. But in the G-Code is nothing which has anything todo with slowing down, retract or something else. Just pure G1 X... Y... Z... E... G0 E0.... And some times a sticky G1 ...... F1400 for speed
I just printed the Model again in S3D with the same printing time as in Cura.
Still much more blobs than with Cura. And even as it looks like in the image, the slower print with S3D has almost all blobs that the fast one has, they are only not as much visible, but if you turn it in the light you can still the most of them
Maybe some one else can try it: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:606386/#files
Two friends of mine tried that already and all have the same blobs (all have S3D and Anet A8)