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  1. Use 2.85 or turn off the flow sensor. Why are you using 1.75?
  2. The Mark 2 is a great mod that will works! https://www.magnetic-tool-changer.com/
  3. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1646291262322434/permalink/2698708323747384/ What did you mean on Facebook when you said "Any suggestions before I try to call Support only to be told that I voided some sort of warranty by resoldering their board? :-)" You then said "There’s clearly nothing I could’ve done to ruin the motherboard" but you never shared the photo of the soldering in the Pi and other boards, why? We are here to help but you have to be honest about your intentions. We've all screwed up electronics. We are a community that help people anywhere we see someone asking. Facebo
  4. You either have a stripped tube or worn collet. You can trim a few mm’s of the tube for now. This could also be a good time to replace it and pickup a new collet. It’s a yearly suggested replacement per the maintenance schedule. The tube, not the collet.
  5. Are you saying you didn't adjust the feeder tension?
  6. That is not the normal place for probing. Rerun the 'Calibrate the Lift Switch' under Maintenance | Calibration As a quick check, are the x and Y motor screws loose? They are on the outside of the machine. 4 screws per motor.
  7. Did you udpate with Wifi or USB? There are two firmware vs depending on the S5 design. You should use the one for the Ultibot design. https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/52601-update-the-ultimaker-s5-firmware?download=%2Fen%2Fresources%2F52601-update-the-ultimaker-s5-firmware
  8. If you email support, they will walk you through how to do maintenance and repairs yourself. That is always faster. We just don't want you to accidently make things worse. Personally, I'd love a way to actually vacuum away debris vs low it everywhere inside. https://ultimakernasupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us
  9. What brand of filament are you working with, by the way?
  10. Good ideas and I can understand the confusion, I’ll report this to support, the apparently useless wiggle is actually used to make sure that filament breaks and falls instead of get pulled into a print. Personally I thought about constructing or printing a slender waste bin to insert on each side and collect those. Maybe even incorporate a silicone edge to wipe the nozzle. But for now I just collect and remove the purge.
  11. While technically possible the recommended support training is to disconnect the Bowden tubes from the feeder bottom, cut the filament at the entry hole and pull from the back. We don’t want filament to break and fall back into the merger and into the wrong place, leading to a time-consuming tear down. Breaking filament is usually from old filament or some event that caused a ground down section that is weak and prone to breaking when pulled on. Just my suggestion. Starting purging may get more optimized in future firmware releases, we don’t want to change the end sequence since th
  12. @TheRealJoost Did you ever email the America's inbox? Let's shorten the chase here. I am an Application Engineer for Ultimaker that helps companies in Canada, the United States, Mexico and South America. If your request was made it would go to a reseller or me. Let me know what I can help, what material, and what you are after. I forgot what your company makes and what you;d be printing. As you are aware, many factors to consider on a print from surface quality for visual prototypes to large and robust applications for robot arm end effectors, custom vise jaws or even prototypes. It is really
  13. This issue has been resolved. Please contact support (or me) to get the patch. It will be included in the nest firmware for the S3. Thanks for reporting everyone!
  14. How were you connecting to the machine? Wifi, ethernet?And you enabled DEV mode? I can get this addressed if I have this info, thanks again!
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