Printer : Creality Ender 3
Slicer : Cura 4.3
Nozzle temperature : 215 C
Bed temperature : 65 C
Speed : 60mm/s
Material in question : Hatchbox 1.75mm PLA WOOD Hybrid
I was using this pla mentioned above to print a Treehouse, which consists of 11 stl files. The problem I have : I was printing a tree trunk and branches, and there were strings like spider web surrounding the model while in printing. See screenshot below.
I can "shave" off the strings afterwards, but I would rather not to do that if there is a solution to fix that.
Is there a setting in Cura I can change to avoid that?
P.S. I never had this issue until today using the wood hybrid pla filament.
You can try messing with the retraction number but prob only adjust in .5mm increments at most. There are stringing torture tests on thingiverse that can help to test print with settings tweaked a few times to see what looks best. If retraction is too high it slows things down and can clog the filament up in the hot end as it retracts it, but too low and you get stringing like you see here, as long as it doesn't effect the model I don't mind burning/melting the wisps away but sometimes need to tweak retraction if it's too bad.