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  1. Naja, es gab erstmal ne längere Pause der (wie soll ich 's sagen) gelinden Fassungslosigkeit.😞 Experimentierphase schon lange vorbei und plötzlich streikt DER Drucker der superverlässlich drucktunddrucktunddruckt... auf einmal... menno 😭
  2. Hi Smithy, der mittlere Lüfter auf der Rückseite des Druckkopfes funktioniert bzw. läuft. Müsste aber mal dabei bleiben und checken ob er auch wirklich (immer) anbleibt.... Es gab bei einem anderen Thread mit dem selben Thema eine schöne, lange Liste was alles der Grund sein könnte. Bin leider gerade länger nicht im Workshop. Das meiste habe ich aber schon "abgearbeitet". Zu viel Feuchtigkeit (s. Maguras Tipp oben) war aber z.B. nicht dabei. Wenn ich zurück komme mache ich mich (mit etwas mehr "Distanz") nochmal in aller Ruhe an das Problem. Denn NATÜRLICH passierte das als ich kurz vor einer längeren Geschäftsreise war (argh!) Vielen Dank erstmal 🙂
  3. Hi Andy, an eine verstopfte Düse dachte ich auch zuerst. (Verbrannte Reste sind eher nicht drin.) Hatte u.a. deshalb auch die Düse gewechselt um das Problem (nach dem zweiten Mal) schneller zu lösen, was nicht funtioniert hat :-( Eigentlich dachte ich beim Wechsel zu einer brandneuen Rolle (war noch im Plastik) hätte ich ein Feuchtigkeitsproblem ausgeschlossen. Dabei fällt mir ein dass das Problem erst auftauchte als es draussen kälter wurde. Könnte also (feines) Kondeswasser sein... Hmm. Danke für den Tipp. Wenn ich wieder im Workshop bin probiere ich mal ein Filament aus meinen Trockenboxen aus, in denen ich das normalerweise lagere. Ist vielleicht auch eine gute idee in dem Teil wo der Drucker steht einen Lufttrockner reinzustellen.... In den letzten kühleren Perioden hatte ich das Problem eigentlich nicht. Hmm.
  4. Sounds like my problem that just "appeared". My Ultimaker2 (upgraded to 2+ long ago) was doing well until recently suddenly acting "weird" Haven't changed a bit (only installing newest Curaversion recently) and now it "stops" extruding material like in the above post. Extruding is fine until suddenly the feeder "digging" into the meterial. Changed: file filament nozzle coupler temperature Cleaned: feeder Bowdentube and leveled the buildplate several times. At files are almost no retraction to do.... When i "support" the feeder by pushing the filament passing the grinded bit of the filament it's extruding fine again - for a while Own this machine since years and it's usually a very reliable 3d printer. HELP !
  5. (Hat noch jemand Probleme seit Installation der neuesten Cura Version?) Zumindest seit (ungefähr) diesem Zeitpunkt zeigt sich bei meinem Ultimaker 2+ etwas seltsames. Mitten im Druck wird plötzlich kein Filament mehr extrudiert. Mittlerweile habe ich - das Filament gewechselt - neu gelevelt - Bowdenschlauch gesäubert - Coupler erneuert - andere Datei probiert - Düse erneuert Der Feeder ist stark genug eingestellt. Zumindest hinterlässt er Markierungen auf dem Filament. Er arbeitet ja auch korrekt, zumindest die erste halbe Stunde bis Stunde, dann "gräbt" er sich ins Filament, statt es weiter zu fördern. Woran kann das liegen? Das trat von einem auf den anderen Tag auf, wobei die einzige Änderung zu dem ungefähren Zeitpunkt die neue Curaversion war. Andererseits erklärt das nicht das Feeder"graben" oder. Help!
  6. Will finally stop following this now, after over a year of following news and discussions closely. I personally want to use a 3D printer to do some creatve/useful work, not to fumble around with the machinery/the technical concept. Others may have fun with that - go ahead. Wish you seriously.all the best. So i am going with the official/disappointing (after a year of "soon to be available" promises) statement. Although i am happy with my U2 as it is i will probably gather/save some money for another printersystem/company for the service/products/ideas i have in mind.
  7. This is definitely no Plan B since it obviously doesn't work (by oh so many reasons) and i doubt this is "supported by Ultimaker". Otherwise the Ultimakerteam wouldn't had struggle for over a year to find a working solution. Don't you think? Just installing some parts on the Standard Head which comes with the U2 (already holes in it..) just doesn't work.
  8. I am afraid i have to correct this: NOPE to quote Ultimaker at their Company News: This is really frustrating, since not few of us had purchased the U2 (instead of the U1) with the (already in 2013!) announced upgrade to a dual extruderversion "soon to be available". So please Ultimakerteam, at least for the sake of your reputation, make this more/better known to everyone - and of course in every part of the forum related to this topic here. Example: iGO3D, a quite big/important Seller in Germany, has STILL a "2nd extruder Option" in their description of the U2.
  9. Happy belated new year everybody ! :-| Sounds all too familiar to me. One should know the Ultimaker team has done a great job with their printer(s) so far. It has a reason why they (still) struggle to come up with a working Dual Head for the U2. Which is frustrating enough for both sides. Just wish there wouldn't be any promising announcements without being very sure it is about to really happen. If i would announce anything new from my company, than only the delivery of the needed parts for my (online) store should be an issue. So PLEASE. We all support any try/work in this case BUT STOP announcing such "soon to be available" crap (no offense). Thank you. Wish you luck and success! Seriously!
  10. As a (very) end user, who is really happy with his (almost) out of the box so far nicely working U2, i must say: Even with a dual head of another company (The Kraken) i would be happy. Bought my U2 with the expectation/plan of getting a dual head, after a learning peroid of using the machine, as soon as it would get in store. This was (with no need) announced last year already for july 2014. The ONLY thing i begin now (more and more) to miss is the possibility to print supportmaterial for wellknown reasons. As i plan to start a (small) business i probably need to get another printer for prints with overhangs now, right? The earlier mentioned Orcabot XXL would be (by quality/price) probably the nextt option, although the Mendelmax 2.0 in combination with The Kraken would be an alternative. (?) Yes, it is a quality/budget issue... BUT i would rather just see a dual head The Kraken see in my (first) U2, even if this means a watercooled "solution". Really not possible/realistic? Your postings regarding a dual head engineered by yourself seem/sound to be kinda in a dead-end street. No offence.
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