That's what I was afraid that setting meant. I've adjusted my settings and I've gotten it much better but the interior seam is still slightly better for some reason.brian442 wrote:If you only have a single outline perimeter, than I'm not sure what you mean by "inner seam". The inside-out vs outside-in option controls the order that the perimeters are printed in, so you would need to have 2 or more perimeters to see a difference with that setting
Just tried that based on your suggestion. That looks like scar tissue. Probably because I'm using wipe during retraction. No retraction with wipe is probably a bad idea for this print.georgei wrote:One way that I have found to get rid of the seam is to disable the "Force retraction between layers" in the advance menu.