Tree Frog Print Stringy
I am very new to the world of 3D printing and I am looking for advice on how to improve the quality of my prints. I recently assembled a Prusa MK2 successfully (XYZ calibration suggested XY axis was skewed severely however after a few attempts I have not managed to correct this yet). After calibrating my bed height I successfully printed the PRUSA flat logo. I have now moved on to the Tree Frog and by all accounts the print came out well except for a stringy quality left by the hot end moving from one area of the frog to another. Looking through the forums has led me to believe this can be remedied by adjusting "retraction," could someone please walk me through how this is done? Until now I have only been commanding the printer using the LCD and what came on the data card. I printed the Tree Frog using the provided gcode and did not make any adjustments to settings for the printer. I have attached a few images of the final product. Any advice is appreciated!!
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