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  2. I'm printing with one material and removed the other material from the printer. I also set the second material in the Cura software to the same material as the printed material. However, your answer was still helpful, as it made me try to deactivate material 2, which did the trick. I hope this bug will be fixed soon. Thanks!
  3. Das letzte Foto zeigt, dass sich das Zahnrad vom Feeder ins Filament frisst, d.h. er will weiter befördern kann aber nicht und dann fräst er dir das FIlament an. Warum er nicht mehr weiter transportieren kann, kann mehrere Ursachen haben, verstopfte Düse (das hast du ja schon geprüft bzw. gereinigt) oder du druckst zu schnell und/oder zu wenig heiß. Bei hohen Geschwindigkeiten bringt der die Menge FIlament nicht mehr zum schmelzen. Weiters kann auch die Bowden Tube ein Problem haben, einfach einmal schauen ob die Filament per Hand gut durchschieben kannst. Feeder Spannung steht in der Mitte? Du siehst das an einem kleinen Marker am Feeder selbst. Zuführung um Feeder passt? Verhederte Spulen können das auch auslösen.
  4. bonjour gros soucis de plateau avec l'um5, après une impression qui a finie en catastrophe, le plateau est HS. explication des évènements: durant l'impression un morceau de support c'est détaché. le reste de l'impression (20h) a donc généré beaucoup de fil support en vrac dans l'imprimante. la dernière fois que j'ai observé l'impression, il restait 7h et tout était correct (sauf le fil support en vrac à l'endroit du support défectueux). le lendemain matin, l'impression est inachevé, la tête est remplit de plastique. heureusement la fin d'impression était proche donc peu de dégât dans la tête. le nettoyage c'est bien passé. sauf le plateau. en voulant faire le nettoyage sous le plateau, j'ai fait une monté plateau en manuel. et la c'est le drame. le plateau couine, fait des secousses rapide de quelques millimètres sans bouger. le bruit est inquiétant. la mise hors énergie et le redémarrage de l'imprimante se passe bien. mais dés que je veux bouger le plateau il fait les secousses. une idée ?
  5. Arya

    Problem with TPU

    Hi everyone! I have some problems to print with TPU95A, I try literally everything but it seems nothing change. I would like to obtain a simple parallelepiped scaffold (dimension: X=10mm; Y=10mm and Z=2mm) but the last layers printed are not perfect as if there isn't a good connection. I have changed a lot of parameters, read all forums and topics but nothing. The principal problem seems to be the non-adhesion between the last layers, as you can see in the pictures. There are some parameters that I use/used: Layer height: 0.1 but also try with 0.2 and 0.05; Line width: 0.35/0.27; Infill line: 1 mm; Pattern: grid; Temperature: 230° C (also 235 and 240); Speed rate: 11 mm/s; Build plate temperature: 60° (also try with cold plate and 70°); Flow: 100% (try with 120%); I also have modified some parameters for extrusion (also try without it) but nothing works. In addition a put some stick on the plate to have a good adhesion. Any suggestions?
  6. I really want to display the layer number, but I do not want to display the filename on LCD, there is no space in my LCD. I know I can use search and replace to replace to remove the filename, but I need to enter in every g-code change the search field, etc... In my understanding there should or might be an option to do this in the Configure Cura menu automatically. As this option does not exist yet, I will use the search and replace to do the job.
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  8. I *only* use manual leveling. Once set, the leveling doesn't need to be messed with for months.
  9. Hey Tvb1996 did the profile work for the UM2E+ ? I just came across this thread after playing unsuccessfully for the last year.
  10. Soooo, why dontcha tells us how you really feel 😂 In all seriousness, it is very easy to work in imperial and send out as metric. Just takes a bit of awareness so that there is not missed step. In one of my software packages (3DS Max) I can use, say, metric, and type measurements in imperial and the conversion is done for me to the proper units. I also work a lot in metric. Depends on the needs of project I am working on. If I am doing architecture work, I work in feet and inches and then convert the scale to a printer size.. When I am just squirreling about modeling I work in native metric. I also have two 'stage' files that holds a lined off cube that defines the printing area of my S5 and UM3E. This allows me to place my objects or check size restrictions.
  11. Oui elle a un intérêt sinon je ne l'aurais pas faite 😂 C'est pas pour guider l'entrée du feeder mais pour éviter que le fil ne sorte de la bague métallique d'entraînement. C'est la pièce dont j'ai mis une image dans mon message du 23 mars, je t'envoie le stl plus tard. J'ai une buse de diamètre 0,4 et j'imprime de 0,4 à 0,1.
  12. It doesn't. The plugin effectively changes the z-coordinates in the gcode, without knowing anything about how the firmware handles these z-coordinates. So if the firmware somehow adds an offset, the two offsets will both affect the physical height. The z offset is limited to the negative of the Initial Layer height. Putting a lower value in there would result in negative coordinates for the z axis, which at best would be caught by the firmware and result in an error during printing, and at worst would lead to the nozzle being pushed into the build plate, damaging the printer. For more information about how the plugin works, see the readme: https://github.com/fieldOfView/Cura-ZOffsetPlugin/blob/3.5/README.md
  13. Ahoeben, I am wondering if I can ask you a question ? How does the z offset plugin relate to the z home offset in the eeprom. Does it add, subtract or replace ? In other words, could I add offset in the eeprom on top of your plugin offset to achieve a greater range ? I prefer adjusting for things like a nozzle change (resulting in a slight height change) in software rather than to recalibrate the bed. Thanks PS.: I am using a CR-10S printer
  14. It should, yes. I can't test it with all printers though. Specifically, I don't have a delta so I never tested the plugin with one. I don't know if there is an issue with using G92 with a delta running Marlin. How old is your Marlin? It could be this issue: https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/issues/2106
  15. Hi Geert_2, yes i understand what you say. I know it was clear thats impossible to print magnetic materials. I think so strange forward of my idea to use it for my prototypes 😉 I think it it not possible to magnetized the material direct in the near of the nozzle. The magnet will click on the nozzle. I do a small test with one of my magnet´s. After a distance < 4 cm the magnet jump up to the nozzle. The second problem is the iron based filament will rusty after a small time. So i must print the first 1mm with TPU then the next 3 mm with iron-filled filament the 1mm with Carbon. I think the iron-filled filament in 3 mm it not strong enough to hold my parts. But i will test it the next 14 days. Do you have a recommendation for ferrous filament. Thanks Michael
  16. Hi Foehnsturm, this should be able to work on the UMO, right? Yeah, yeah, it's an oldie, but my heavily modded UMO (heated bed with PEI, E3Dv6, your own pulley upgrade, etc, etc) is still working its magic, so no reason to give up on it just yet. Still loving the original, although I do have other machines. Any thoughts on how to get this running on the UMO? I'll also be glad to get my hands on one.
  17. Thanks for your reply. I will have a look at the SD card slot. And by pointing me in this direction, I realised that I now use a SD slot extension cable, which also may cause corrupt the data coming from the card.
  18. Yeah, we saw both problems in fact, Yesterday I set it to weekly and it printed way too close - altough we leveled one Minute before.
  19. It worked for me too with "every week". The only setting that IS different is "Never" which now turns active leveling completely off (to be manually leveled properly).
  20. You are still confusing "plugins" and "scripts". What used to be a "plugin" in the old Cura is now called a "script". You might infer from that that what is now called a "plugin" is something different. A large part of the functionality of Cura is implemented as a "plugin". Instead of the program being a single block of code with all functionality built-in, it consists of a smaller "core" which is extended with plugins (which can - in theory - be disabled/removed). These plugins add different types of functionality. For example loading different 3d formats is implemented as plugins, but also connecting to printers (over USB, or over the network). Even the different "views" such as the normal view, layer view and x-ray view are plugins. Even the functionality to run "scripts" on the created gcode is by itself a plugin ("PostProcessing"). Most of the plugins that you found are enabled by default, so you never need to worry about them. The plugins that are available in the Marketplace are plugins of the same type (NOT postprocessing scripts).
  21. The " M117 Tail_1.0 layer: 0 " line that you quote is put there by a postprocessing script ("Display filename and layer on LCD"). This script has a setting called "text to display". If you enter anything at all there, that will be used instead of the filename.
  22. I've noticed the inverse problem on my printer. If autoleveling is not set to always, It tries to print at or below glass plate level, so it never extrudes and just scrapes on the glass. Manual leveling doesnt fix the problem either. Putting it back to always makes it work properly.
  23. Did you try contacting fbrc8.com? They are U.S. based part supplier. If they dont have it or can't get it, no one can. They ship super fast. Last ditch effort would be to try McMaster-Carr, Fastenal, or Grainger. Can determine the thread size with a thread checker or calipers, and then measure the shoulder length, thread length, etc to get the exact screw you need.
  24. Ok Ultimaker Community. It appears I may have found a bug with UM3 5.2.8 firmware! If turn active leveling frequency less than "always", the machine appears to fail to remember the offsets, and print at the wrong z height. The moment I turn active leveling frequency back to always, it prints at the proper z offset from the glass plate. Not on "always", the printer prints at the absolute 0 Z cordinate as the glass plate, therefore it can never extrude. Can anyone else replicate this?
  25. If you are in USA, I sell UM3 and S5 print cores with swappable nozzles at thegr5store.com. Otherwise if you are in the rest of the world try 3dsolex.com.
  26. Ok, so scratch that. Both cores are scraping the glass and not printing. What the heck. I dont understand.
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