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  1. I don't see any code with "26". When I searched "26" and it show as "326" in a comment and in the "E" extruder value. Nothing special in line 1045 either. So, I tried to print again and changed the first layer speed from 20mm/s to 50mm/s and its now printing the same file for the last 2 hours. Although that doesn't make sense, I have only see the printer "stop" on the first layer so I changed what I knew was different from the first layer to the other layers. Perhaps its just chance that it printed this time.
  2. I don't have a ulticontroller. I enable pronterface and used a shorter USB cable (18 inches). I just tried again and got another failure on the first layer at the end of a pass just like all of the others. Strange because I can print other objects without any issues. Here is the log from the proterface and all of these were there before the failure and nothing changed during or after the failure. < echo:Unknown command: "" < echo:Unknown command:"" < echo:Active Extruder:0 < echo:Unknown command; "26" < Error:No Line Number with checksum, Last Line:1045 same as above -&
  3. Ok, I just updated my profile to state Original Ultimaker. When I stated stopped, I was referring to all movement including extrusion, x-axis and y-axis. I assume z-axis as well but I didn't wait long enough to see the z change and the software doesn't reflect a problem. Links to pictures of the failed prints: https://www.dropbox.com/l/llO7UofAoiUQOKw32wv9Wu https://www.dropbox.com/l/MNOdxvhOxNFPXDM3la8APr View image
  4. I'm printing a smaller part now with no issue. Thanks. Anyone willing to let the file print the first layer to see if they get the same results?
  5. Hi all, I have an original Ultimaker and have a problem printing a STL file. The printer just stops at the end of a pass while filling in the first layer of the file, although the amount that gets filled in first changes. I have used different versions of CURA, rotated and changed the placement and changed the speed setting. I have raised the printer and placed a fan towards the underneath to reduce heat. Is there a problem with the file or electronics? Here's the STL file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a124bm1xa2htbyk/Inner%20Panel%202.stl?dl=0
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