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Wallabear

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  1. I would think that if it did not recognize that it had something loaded it would not extrude at all. The flow sensor would just trip and tell you that your material was out?
  2. I would just go get a new core how ever the machine was only about 3 months old when the issue with the print core started happening. I am trying to get it warranty replaced, there is no reason a core should go bad after 3 months of lite use. I barely have to change nozzles 6 months on my machines at home and they are considerably less expensive. After I changed out the core the machine has run for about 21 hours now with out throwing an error. So I am fairly sure that the core is the issue, at least in my case. And we have looked at the 3Dsolex, what I love about those are th
  3. Normally I would agree with you on that, however I just got this print core back from Ultimaker. We sent it off to them to have them clean it, because even after I cleaned it it still would not work so Ultimaker wanted to try and clean it. When we got it back it ran fine for about 40 hours then it started to do the same thing again. While it was out at UM getting worked on I ran one of our other 0.4mm AA cores and it just kept trucking. This morning I finally aborted the print to change out the core because it would run for 5 minutes then it would stop throwing the error, I even did 9-10 h
  4. We have also been having this same issue with our S5 that we purchased in December. The machine says it is out of filament but there is a full spool. I have been able to trouble shoot the issue with some luck. I believe that the issue is actually in the print core. We have a few different print cores, when this issue started we contacted our re-seller and made arrangements to send it back for service. They cleaned the nozzle from what I understand, while the this core was out for repair / cleaning I ran one of our other 0.4mm AA cores without any issue. After we got the repaired core bac
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