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Hallo , ich bin ziemlich neu beim 3d drucken

Hab einen Ultimaker 2.0

beim druck haften die layers nicht zusammen (siehe Fotos)

was könnte des sein ? hab davor schon viel druck gemacht aber so ein Problem hatte ich noch nie

Bitte um Hilfe

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LG Fabi

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Hallo Fabi, bin auch neu in der Szene, hatte ähnliche Probleme Anfangs mit meinem Ultimaker original.

dirkdirk hat recht, die Einstellung des Druckbetts sollte penibel vorgenommen werden.

Außerdem ist auch hier wichtig auf die Temperaturen (Nozzle,Bed) zu achten.

Auch hier sei der Drouble-Shooting-Guide wärmstens empfohlen.

Außerdem würde ich auch die Sauberkeit der Nozzle überhaupt vor jedem Druck kntrollieren, sollte diese nicht sauber sein, zieht diese gerne nach.

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