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  1. Er is eigenlijk maar een manier waarop je dit zou kunnen doen en dit is door een pauze in te lassen. Tijdens deze pauze kun je dan het filament wisselen. Dit heeft dan wel alleen effect wanneer de 3de kleur vanaf een bepaalde hoogte is. Je kunt een pauze invoeren door in cura te klikken op extensions -> post processing -> modify g code en door dan op de knop add script te klikken. Nu kun je een pauze toevoegen op een bepaalde hoogte.
  2. I always use a a piece of paper during the bed leveling. There are a lot of good guides on the internet. Another often used method is starting with the print of a rectangle as big as possible and during the printing finetune the bed.
  3. To me this looks like a bed calibration issue. On the bed you can see the lines of the print are really stringy and almost detach from the rest while in the front you can see these super thin almost transparant lines suggesting the nozzle is really close to the printerbed. Have you tried to just extrude a while without printing to check if the filament is consistent this way? Do you have a heated bed? if not what type of bed adhesion do you use? Do you print on tape or anything?
  4. You can always check whether the printer will print correctly by looking at the preview tab. In this tab you see what the printer will do. You can however be relatively sure that yellow parts will just print.
  5. Going for a very long shot, but what print core are you using for the breakaway?
  6. No i would surely expect it to be hardware, but if you try to do a factory reset might as wel try that. I would look at the motors and belts to look whether anything is stuck.
  7. You could try that and instal the latest firmware.
  8. Have you tried to carefully restart it and look if the problem happens again?
  9. How does the print head move when you move it by hand? Does it move around right then?
  10. The feeder screw. Did you check if all the axis are snapped fully in the black blocks holding them?
  11. Are you sure your reseller did not put in any type of travel safety? Did you check if all the axis are snapped fully in the black blocks holding them? For the extruder you could check if the extruder wheel looks dirty or worn out, this could explain the printer not extruding. If this does not help you could look at thightening or loosening the extruder screw.
  12. But cant you print the two rings seperate and assemble afterwards?
  13. Why do you want to print the one ring floating in the first place?
  14. Hi, It could also be that it is the other way around then, the old ones white and the new ones black so you should check with them. Have you also made sure that the axis is dry on the end? Some people lube their axis all the way making it easier for them to slip out of the clamps.
  15. Hi V3D, Is it possible to get in touch with the company who fixed it in the first place? The newest version of those blocks are (as far as I know) white so maybe they replaced them with the wrong ones. I think they should be the same, but it is worth a shot. Hope this helps a bit. Kind regards
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