So yah, as the title says really! I switched from a printed direct drive extruder (non geared) using a mk8 drive gear, to the E3D titan and for some reason I'm seeing much larger blobs at the end of lines. I have watched the printer, and I can confirm that the blobs will appear as the extruder is raising to the next layer. The issue only started when I switched to the titan. I can only assume that switching to a geared extruder has increased the pressure in the nozzle somehow. I'm using the out-of-the-box steps per mm recommend (although flow rate is set to 0.9 for abs / 0.88 for pla) I use S3D for slicing, and messing around with coast / wipe etc solves the issue to an extent, but what is weird is that the issue is only there at 300 micron resolution, and more so with PLA than ABS. This makes setting up pre-configured settings for material and quality a pain. Any ideas on what the issue could be, I'd be grateful for advice.