Thanks @ gr5 for your help. Now I have bought the vacuum bags for spools. The PVA and Nylon are in vacuum packed.
Next time I try to clean the print core B-B, because now I'm using the breakaway Ultimaker with A-A print core.
Hey guys I'm new to the forum, so hopefully this goes to the right place.
I have a problem that when I come into the office in the morning a 16hrs print of multiple components is destroyed basically.
The glass plate has shifted during the print and each part is obviously no longer complete, I am printing with only core 1 Black tough PLA.
What I notice is that Print core 2 is down, and the silicone rubber is pulled half off
This would also expalin why the glass plate has shifted, as the print core 2 would have caught onto a part while moving
Can some explain to me how this is possible as the head doesnt go back up to lower print core 2 during the printing process.
@nallath Python Zeroconf is again a likely offender. OctoPrint plugin includes and uses a newer version of it, which fixes at least one memory leak. The OctoPrint plugin also has an option not to use zeroconf for discovery at all, which could be an option to give the people that are affected by this issue (relegating them to manual instances).