I'm having an issue printing with Simplify 3D and my Felix 3.0 Printer. When printing from Simplify 3D, any object that crosses the center line of the printing table has a defect along a line at the center of the table, and parallel to the X axis. The printed object always has a small bulge at that point.
For example, a cube printed in the center of the table will have small bumps protruding outward on both sides of the cube. The bumps run parallel to the X axis, at the center of the cube. The bumps are around 1/2 mm long and wide, and run the entire Z direction of the cube. My printer does not do this when I use with other slicers.
This has been happening since I first bought Simplify 3D a couple of years ago, and the issue has continued through subsequent software releases.
Any help would be appreciated.