So I am close to my wits end as to why I am having this issue and what can be done to solve it, I have already created a support ticket with Snapmaker but, I figured, I can ask the forums again and see if there is any other ideas.
It appears to look like a delay in pushing out the filament after a move, this is on the same model and in two different places, one on the inner wall and one on the outer wall. I have something printing right now and I can see the support looks the same, barely there.
What I have tried;
*Cold Pull to confirm no clogs
*Changing the Nozzle
*Changing the Nozzle to a different diameter (0.4 to 0.8)
*Changing the hot end
*Calibrated the E-Steps to within 0.03mm
*Calibrated the Slicer (changed from 100% flow to 90.96), walls at 0.40 showing 0.40
*Changed the K-factor from 0.22 to 0.07
*Used both Cura and Luban
*Changed the speed of the print
*Turn off retraction and changed the settings around
*Updated to the latest firmware
*Used different filaments
I am also using a filament guide as well as a PETF tube to lessen resistance and the spool is on printed parts so it spins well.
I am starting to think that something might be wrong with the print head itself or I am missing something that is so simple that it has evaded me. I will say that the issue doesn’t appear if the model is something simple, like the calibration box used to tune a slicer. It is either that or I have something like the K factor not set right and I need to move it up or down (not sure which one would make the gears go faster) or something to do with the printer acceleration.
To be fair this is the only major problem I have had with the unit but, as this is my second time posting, it seems to be the most persistent.
Any help would be fantastic and, should snapmaker support let me know that there is something else going on, I will post it here so others that might have this issue will know.