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Nach Vase Modus z-Achse knörrt

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Kurze Frage ob dieses Phänomen evtl. auch schon von anderen Nutzern bemerkt wurde.

Nach einem Druck im Vase Modus - also kontinuierliches absenken der Z-Achse, macht diese nun, auch bei normalen Drucken oder Kalibrierfahrten sehr laute, harte mechanische Geräusche. Ja die Achse wurde vor dem Vase Druck sogar neu geschmiert.

Am Druckbild selber ist nichts zu erkennen, aber Gesund klingt das auf jeden Fall nicht, zumal die Z-Achse vorher nichts dergleichen gemacht hat.

Was meint Ihr, Gerät einschicken, oder weiter drucken bis das Druckbild auf einen Z-Achsen defekt hindeutet ( wie erkennt man das überhaupt?)

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