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  1. Do you have an Intel graphics adapter?
  2. I see this behavior with new filament and old filament. I have now printed and installed the yoke version with the guides that you mentioned and will give it a try for a while. I modufied it slightly to work without the need for spacers and longer screws and have done one successful print up to now. But since the issue only shows up sporadic, I need to test with that yoke version for a longer time.
  3. I already did try replacing the parts... that didn't help. The current parts only have a few hours on them.
  4. No, mine is just a regular UM2 (no plus). It is also a fairly old machine (>5 years I think), so no warranty anymore.
  5. Hi all, I use IRobertI's feeder (https://www.youmagine.com/designs/alternative-um2-feeder-version-two) now for many years but recently experience an annoying issue: Suddenly, sometimes after a few layers, sometimes very far in the print, the filament snaps behind the bearing in the feeder and then can't be moved anymore. This seems to happen more frequently after I change filament but that might be unrelated. I already printed new feeder parts and replaced the bearing but nothing seems to help. Has anybody that uses this feeder - or any other feeder - experienced a similar issue? How could I fix this? Reiner
  6. I would guess that the parts that are removed are too thin or too shallow so that they are below the threshold of what can be printed with your selected nozzle diameter and/or layer height. To try to verify my theory, you could try to enlarge the model in Cura by 100% and then slice the model again using the same settings as before. If the slicer result looks better/has more details vissible, you could try different slicer settings with the normally sized model. You could cange the layer height to be smaller - maybe even only for the top x layers to minimize printing time. If that is not enough and if your printer supports it, you could switch to a smaller diameter nozzle, e.g. 0.25 mm instead of 0.4 mm.
  7. Hast Du schon mal probiert, die Windows compatibility settings für die Cura.exe auf "Windows 8" zu setzen? Bei mir hat das auf einem von zwei Systemen, auf denen Cura >= 2.x nicht läuft geholfen. Siehe https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/5569
  8. Setting the compatibility mode to "Windows 8" also fixed it for me on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit. I filed a bug for this: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/5569
  9. I have the same issue. 3.6 was working fine and then stopped showing any GUI. I uninstalled it and installed 4.0 and have the same issue with 4.0. The process Cura.exe shows up in Windows Taskmanager with minimal CPU usage but no other signs of activity. Running it with the "run as Administrator" option doesn't help either. I run it on Windows 10 Pro Version 1809 64-bit.
  10. Hi! Does anybody here have machine settings and profiles to use the Fabrikator Mini 1.5 / Turnigy Tiny Boy printer with Cura 3.x? Best regards, Reiner
  11. Bei "NAME" musst Du deinen Windows Benutzernamen einfügen.
  12. Bei mir lässt sich auf einem meiner Rechner auch keine Cura Version 2.x oder 3.x installieren ohne das was im Log stehen würde. Das Programm zeigt noch die Lizenzbedingungen an, stürzt dann aber ab, bevor man sie akzeptieren kann. Ist das bei dir auch der Punkt, @Mavic?
  13. Check the bowden collets too. I had strange errors on my UM2 after some time because the collect had cut a groove into the bowden and was rocking back and forth and slowly getting pressed back.
  14. I installed Cura 3.4 on Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit and if I start it, it shows the splash screen and then immediatly crashes even befor I have a chance to accept the User Agreement. Can anybody help me to fix this? stderr.log cura.log
  15. Je öffter man den Bowden entfernt, desto eher wird die Stelle, an der das Collet den Bowden einklemmt, zerstört da die Klammern immer minimal anders sitzen und sich so eine umlaufende Furche bildet, in der die Collet-Löammern dann nicht mehr fest halten. Das verstärkt sich dann durch Vorschub und Retraction immer mehr.
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