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willryan3

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  1. Was having this trouble also. Mine appeared to be from filament grinding in the back of the printer. After getting the error I upped my temperature by 15% and lowered my speed by 15% and have not had a problem since.
  2. I dropped the overall print speed by 5mm/s and added 5 degrees C. That worked for me. And yes the humidity here in wisconsin has been destroying my PVA and Nylon.
  3. I have been using this. It seems to work pretty well but will kick out an ER999 code so just know that is what it is from.
  4. Experiencing a similar problem. I was running too high of a speed and too low of a temp so the material was getting clogged. Also I have found that upon loading, right when you feel the gripper click the next step on the screen to load the material in. It could be pushing to hard on the nozzle.
  5. I have been receiving this error a lot since the new firmware update. Could be coincidental but not sure what more to do about it.
  6. I get this code when using the "change at Z" g code mod. Does not seem to bother too much.
  7. Interesting. I am assuming there are no roundabouts for the setting (on Cura)? I was getting good prints with it but I should be able to make a few retraction changes to get the same results. Thank you, I appreciate the response.
  8. That was it. Any idea why it does that? Appreciate the help
  9. Still having troubles figuring out why there are columns of no filament in some spots. Is this a conversion to STL issue or an issue with my cura? Thanks in advance.
  10. In your support settings you can toggle your support placement from everywhere to just touching buildplate.
  11. Thank you! I will look into it and give it a try.
  12. I am in the same boat. I had a lot of trouble with the PVA and switched back.
  13. PVA actually becomes more brittle upon water absorption. Try drying it out and keeping it dry when you are not using it.
  14. Though it appears to be "solved" in cura, the print came out very uneven and blemishy. Any other ideas?
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