Has anyone ever seen a problem like this? I have attached the photo. The print is actually creating a "ghosted" outline of the part offset on the solid layers of the part. This is not ringing as it is a single ghosted image and it is offset by a good inch or two. Normally one may blame the hardware for this but it happens on all 3 of my identical printers (Monoprice 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Clones). Here is what is really crazy, it only happens when using the left extruder! I have tried numerous things to resolve it, none of which have worked, including:
1. Changing printers altogether
2. Changing filaments
3. Rebuilding the STL from my model (Autodesk Fusion 360)
4. Rotating the model on the print bed
5. Various changes in the slicer (changing speeds, etc)
One thing to note is that the extruder is not actually following this ghosted image to create the outline, as you watch it, the image just appears as the extruder is making its linear passes, it is as if the extruder is jut pushing a little more filament each time it crosses where the outline of the ghosted image is at. I hope this makes sense. I am running Sailfish 7.7 on the machines.