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Hi. Good Evening.

As of couple of days ago, I spotted that my machine was printing in the air.

When the printing begins, it prints normally, but as it proceeds, it has been hovering and printing in the air.

Anyone else have the same problem?

Any solutions or suggestions?

Any comments would be appreciated!!

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Is the print bed lowering down to far during the print?

if not It could be under extrusion.

 

Thank you for your comment. I think the bed could be the problem. Sorry I am a total newbie. How would I fix this problem? I think this is happening since I upgraded the firmware to the latest version. Does this have anything to do with the bed lowering too fast?

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Hi.

I have a new motherboard ultimaker 2 installed on a printer (Imprimante gravure fraisage 3 en 1) buy it from  http://www.interprinter.fr/fr/imprimante-3d-pour-particuliers/351-imprimante-gravure-fraisage-3-en-1.html?search_query=imprimante-gravure-fraisage-3-en-1&results=1

My problem

it start normally, and it printing in the air.

Any solutions or suggestions?

this solution https://www.youmagine.com/designs/tower-for-print-tests it is useless because i can not touch the bed when i start the printing

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