If I'm printing a piece that is 5mm wide, and using a 0.4mm nozzle and line width.
How wide is the resulting object? is it 0.2mm larger or smaller than designed? or does Cura do some trick to make it the correct size?
Maybe, for the time-lapse option on cura, instead of pausing when finished layer, it can pause every 30 seconds, so we don't need to buy a Rasberry Pi to be able to do that cool timelapse effect!
However, it might warp a bunch because it paused. Let me know what you guys think!
OK, perhaps fraud may be a tough expression. But Ultimaker has known about this mistake for a long time and a selling point is that you can monitoring the print with a video feed.
And it doesn't work. Mistakes happen, yes. But then these must also be corrected in a reasonable time. And it just wasn't done.
Here are some threads on this site that address the issues. The 1st thread is from 2018!
23.01.2020: This Thread
Il a du mal à passer de quel côté du tube?
Entrée, Sortie, voir l'intérieur même?
Plusieurs possibilités dans ce cas :
- Le tube Bowden est à couper aux extrémités car il se peut que que le filament coince dans ces zones là au bout d'un certain temps.
- Vérification du diamètre du filament voir si son diamètre n'est pas supérieur au diamètre du bowden