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  1. So I worked everything out: - Actual Cura 15.04.3 - Actual Marlin Firmware - Reset to factory Settings before - Printspeed down to 35mm/s - Cleaned the nozzle This is the result: I don`t know what to do anymore. Print results are fine when cleaned but this should go better!!! Perhaps I go for a new nozzle as a last chance to get rid of this?!
  2. Thank you both! I will try the restet to factory settings as well as the print speed and post again. Great response in the forum here, thanks again!
  3. Here`s the gcode from the car. [profile] layer_height = 0.08 wall_thickness = 0.4 retraction_enable = True solid_layer_thickness = 0.6 fill_density = 15 nozzle_size = 0.4 print_speed = 60 print_temperature = 210 print_temperature2 = 0 print_temperature3 = 0 print_temperature4 = 0 print_temperature5 = 0 print_bed_temperature = 70 support = Everywhere platform_adhesion = Brim support_dual_extrusion = Both wipe_tower = False wipe_tower_volume = 15 ooze_shield = False filament_diameter = 2.85 filament_diameter2 = 0 filament_diameter3 = 0 filament_diameter4 = 0 filament_di
  4. Here the nozzle: And the last print (Nylon), as you can see two simple parts and lots of stringing in the travel. I am really upset...
  5. Here are my current Settings, at the Moment trying small massive parts with Nylon for the first time. I will post a Picture from the nozzle after the Job is done. Thanks in advance for your effort! [profile] layer_height = 0.08 wall_thickness = 0.8 retraction_enable = True solid_layer_thickness = 0.8 fill_density = 100 nozzle_size = 0.4 print_speed = 50 print_temperature = 210 print_temperature2 = 0 print_temperature3 = 0 print_temperature4 = 0 print_temperature5 = 0 print_bed_temperature = 70 support = Everywhere platform_adhesion = Brim support_dual_extrusion = Both wipe_t
  6. Thank you! I will order a Taulman and try!
  7. I sorted that out by printing two simple cubes without any supports. The stringing when travelling from one cube to another stays the same
  8. Hi! I am searching for a filament which provides the best possible gliding quality on a medium density fibreboard (wood compound) Thanks in advance for any opinions!
  9. Thank you for the response but exactly the same issue apperars with: -Ultimaker PLA - Ninjaflex - Biofila Linen - Ultimaker Flex - Colorfabb PLA Every material even tried to lower temperature but the problem stays until it goes over to underextrusion To blame it on the material was one of my first reactions Perhaps the travel speed is too high with 200mm/s? But I once saw that it should make things even better. This evening I`ll try to stiffen the feeder, perhaps the filament is not really gripped by the feeder when fast retracted. Or maybe a problem with a damaged nozzle?! I keep tr
  10. Thanks for helping! After some private trouble I finally found the time to test all of this last Weekend. Unfortunately nothing helped it seems I have to live with that...
  11. Thanks @all! I am using the ultimaker 2 Print has wall thickness 0.8mm, 20% infill Layer height 0.08mm Print Speed 40mm/s Travel Speed 200mm/s with "towards the print" I mean, that there is no string which comes from moving away (for example away from the Cockpit to the rear wing fender in this special case) but it seems a bit like the material comes out too early while travelling to the next part of the model. Problem ist that it appears constantly until the temperature is so low that the print totally Fails. This with PLA, Biofila Linen and Ninja Flex. What means "cool head lift"? Sl
  12. Hi! I have a problem like stringing but it seems to appear not when moving from the print away but moving towards the print. The rest of the print is just fine and I tried all kind of retraction settings, temperature, travel/print speed but the result is always the same. It apperars with different PLA`s and even with rubber or Biofila Linen. Thanks in advance for any helpful tips! Gerd
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