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  1. Thank you for clarifying that. I will use the term feeder skipping, then. The material in the video is indeed not PLA. It is PETG and I have had lots of successful prints with that very filament until the feeder out of nowhere started skipping. However, the skipping happens on all my filaments: Official Ultimaker PLA, no-name ABS and no-name PETG. A list of possible causes would be very welcome. Thank you a lot for your reply and your effort, Morten
  2. With my Ultimaker 2 I see this: Problem My feeder backlashes at a frequency of roughly 1Hz. This leaves gaps in my prints because filament pressure on the nozzle disappears for a quarter of a second or so every time. See this video It happens with all my kind filaments: PETG, PLA and ABS The malfunction started out of nowhere. I had finished a print and was about to start the next. Then the backlashing began. Perhaps I changed filament, but I dont remember. What I have tried I have cleared the bowden tube. It is easy for me to push filament through the removed bowden tube without force. I have cleared the nozzle using the atomic method. Help Does anybody know what I can do to ensure a steady flow of filament. Preferably by fixing the backlashing. Best regards, Morten
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    Cura hangs

    Hello Nallath and thanks for getting back to me so quickly. Logs? Definitely. Where do I find them?
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    Cura hangs

    Cura 3.2.1. Linux x64 when I start cura this happens me@host:~$ ls -la `which cura` lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 29 Apr 5 2018 /usr/local/bin/cura -> /opt/cura/Cura-3.2.1.AppImage me@host:~$ cura Fontconfig error: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/10-scale-bitmap-fonts.conf", line 72: non-double matrix element Fontconfig error: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/10-scale-bitmap-fonts.conf", line 72: non-double matrix element Fontconfig warning: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/10-scale-bitmap-fonts.conf", line 80: saw unknown, expected number and the splash screen gets stuck at "Loading machines". I deleted me@host:~/.config/cura without any difference. Then I deleted the config atain and tried downloading and ran Ultimaker_Cura-3.6.0.AppImage Then cura hangs when setting up my machines. Yesterday cura worked flawlessly and after a reboot this morning it always hangs. What do I do now?
  5. Thanks a lot. I will see how that works once I get some wax-mix extruded. I will mark this as solved until proven otherwise by me
  6. Hi there. (Temperatures in celcius) I am experimenting with making my own wax based filament, and for that I need a very low nozzle temperature. The specifications specify 170 as the lowest the UM2 can go. but I need to go all the way down to 50 degree in nozzle and 30 degree on build place. Is there any way to obtain such low temperatures? I am open to alternate firmware if nessecary. Best, Morten
  7. So, the "ERROR - STOPPED Temp sensor BED" happened to me. I have tried all the waiting, cooling down, rebooting, magic wishing I can and I have started googeling instead. It seems like there can be a lot of reasons, so I have started with the bed. First I checked for loose connections and next I re-soldered the screw terminal - that didn't help much. Before I take the printer more apart, I want to confirm that the bed is healthy and I plan to to that by measuring the electical resistance of the bed while it is disconnected. My question is there fore: What should the resistance of the heating element be and what should the resistenance of the sensor be on a healthy bed whgen disconnected? Cheers, Morten
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