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Hallo, nachdem ich in den letzten Tagen fast verzweifelt bin an immer wieder auftretender Unterexrusion,

Hier meine Problemlösung und ich hoffe das ich damit vielleicht anderen Zeitsparen kann:

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der "Yoke" meines Feeders hat sich wohl in Folge eines 4 Tage Druckmarathons (20 mal das gleiche Teil) verformt und nicht mehr genügend Druck aufs Filament gebracht.

Um die 4 Tage durchzudrucken habe ich schon 230° C und 120% Flow benutzt um die Teile einigermaßen drucken zu können.

Ich hatte schon alles in Verdacht, das Ultramarineblau von Colorfabb, den Umbau auf die Stärkere Heizpatrone....

Naja nach dem Druck eines neuen Yoke mit 38 mm, läuft es wieder wie gehabt.

Gruß Backinblack

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Steht in einem Schrank und so kann es, wenn er zu ist, dazu führen das im Schrank so um die 30-35° sind. Und im Moment hats draußen um die 37° was die Sache nicht verbessert. :O

Was mir mehr Sorgen macht ist die Wärme die über die Stepper Motoren da hinten sich summieren.

Bin am Überlegen ob ich die kühlbaren Covers von mnis verbaue.

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/custom-engine-covers-um-2

und den Yoke aus XT ausdrucke.

Gruß Backi

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