What you call "a safety feature" I call an issue :)I thought it is just point of view... but a stepper motor that loss step for over charge is not a feature....
Questions: I found that by default the current driving the stepper are all at 1300mA except the one of the feeder that was at 1250, a little difference but why?
And another question is why this limit to 1300mA when the stepper are rated up to 1680mA?
p.s.: I think that Atomic pull is overestimated... I use a PTFE rod like this
to clean the hot end, so you can leave it clean without addition of other material inside the hot end...
This is normal and is a safety feature to stop the feeder motor grinding your filament.
It means that there is to much pressure on your feeder motor. This could be on the roll side like a filament tangle or it can be from pressure build up on the other side of the feeder.
Printing to fast.
damaged bowden tube
deformed PTFE coupler
the list goes on.
I would start with an atomic pull and see how it goes then. after that then look more in depth.
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