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Print detaches from table in Ultimaker 2 GO :(

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Posted · Print detaches from table in Ultimaker 2 GO :(

Hi everyone!

Greetings from Poland! :)

I have problem with my new UM 2 GO. :(

When I try to print things which don't have too big area 'connected' with the table at their first layers

after some time of print they just detach from table and I have to abort the print....

I tried to print on blue tape, on glass with glue ( both things from original package get from Ultimaker ),

I changed speed ( print first layer without fan and VERY slow, but it stil doesn't help! :(

For example - I can't print this model:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:257911

Could somebody tell me please what I'm doing wrong...?

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Posted · Print detaches from table in Ultimaker 2 GO :(

Blue tape only with no glue should work just fine.

Clean the bluetape with isopropyl alcohol first as it has a wax coating on it which needs removing.

Try that. It is doesn't work then try releveling the bed a bit closer. You can also try a slightly higher nozzle temp to help it stick and after the first layer lower it back down slowly.

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Posted · Print detaches from table in Ultimaker 2 GO :(

There is a heated bed kit that you can get from 3D Solex or one of his re-sellers if you end up having to many problems.

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Posted · Print detaches from table in Ultimaker 2 GO :(

Yes blue tape should do the trick, i find that it's sometimes harder to remove than on the heated bed.

Just make sure your first layer is good and squished and you should be good to go

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