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kcroeyer

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  1. I've noticed that my prints often have a wobble when the nozzle is coming around the front left corner. It's mostly noticeable in the plate adhesion layer, but I have to imagine the same thing is happening throughout the print. I assume a belt is loose, or there's some calibration that can solve this issue. Can anyone direct me to a solution? Thanks. Take a look:
  2. That didn't seem to work. I am ok with saving to sd, it just seems strange that cura and um2+ don't play nice over usb out of the box. I have a friend who prints a lot who just saves to sd, is the normal workflow to avoid usb?
  3. No, I'll try that and post results, thanks! Is that common knowledge or written in a guide somewhere?
  4. I am trying to "Print with USB" in Cura on my brand new 2+, and after i've prepared the model and started the print, the print head just endlessly moves in a circle and then a zig zag. The print bed doesn't lift up, and no filament is extruded. At first I assumed it was some kind of calibration because it seems to be running through a pattern, but I cancled it after it had done that for 5 minutes or so. I've read online that printing from USB is not recommended, but this seems like a whole different issue. Can anyone direct me to an answer? Thanks.
  5. I've tried rebooting a few times, and a factory reset. No change.
  6. I just opened and set up my 2+. Everything looked good, I loaded up a spool and about halfway through my first print I came back to the printer and the display now has this vertical line of pixels lit up from top to bottom about 4/5 to the right. I will reboot, but I thought I'd post while I see the issue. Anyone else have experience with this?
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