I have fixed my previous acceleration issue, so now I'm just getting into the final stages of calibration so that I can get great prints that don't look messy.
I used 3DBenchy, and I've attached some pictures. It looks good for the most part but there are quite a few zits in the printed piece. I always print at 55c bed temp and 205c hotend temp unless I am using a different filament that requires other temperature settings. For now I have only printed PLA with this machine.
Have a look at the pictures that I have attached. Does this look like I am over extruding? I have started another 3DBenchy printing with a lower flow rate to see if there are any noticeable results after lowering it. If not, I'm going to assume that this could be a layer height issue, although I'm still leaning towards an over extrusion issue. I got my esteps/mm close enough and I just plan on using the flow rate to fine tune.
Any of your input is greatly appreciated!