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Ultimaker Original Plus Schrittmotoren Strom einstellen

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Hallo zusammen

Ich bin nun seit kurzem stolzer Besitzer eines UM+.

Leider habe ich ein Problem beim drucken. Ab und zu verschiebt sich wieder ein Layer. Bei mir immer in die Y-Richtung.

Ich bin dem Troubleshooting Guide durchgegangen leider ohne Erfolg.

Für mich sieht es so aus, als der Strom zu hoch eingestellt ist.

Laut dem Troubleshooting Guide kann ich den unter: Maintenance -> Advanced -> Motion settings -> Current X-Y

einstellen. Jedoch gilt das nur für den UM2.

Wo kann ich den für den UM+ einstellen?

Danke für eure hilfe!

Gruss

Megi10

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Sorry kann das Bild nicht drehen?

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