While it finally prints stuff the quality is...fuzzy.
First I printed out a small coin I found on Thingiverse so I wouldn't waste too much filament during the testing phase and improved the quality gradually, but eventually just went for the bench boat. Suppose it was a bit too early, because my version of the plucky little boat looks like the ghost ship in a horror movie (see photo).
Filament: Geeetech PLA, 1.75
200°C - extruder temperature
80°C - bed temperature
0,4 mm - nozzle size
50% - infill density
How do I get the walls and everything as nice and smooth as others do?
It's probably just one of the many options I haven't tried yet, but maybe someone more experienced can point me in the right direction.
By the way, the coins look similarly fuzzy on the upper side while the one on the heating bed is of course fine. (Weirdly, the lower I go with the quality the better the result for them.)
Not sure if it matters, but for some reason when the first layer and also the skirt are being printed the filament looks white/transparent, like glue. At some point the colour comes out.