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Posted (edited) · Keine Materialzufuhr nach ein paar Layern.


bin am verzweifeln, vielleicht hat jemand einen Rat.


Nach ein paar sauberen Layern spuckt die Düse nur noch punktförmig Material aus. (Bilder)

Meiner Meinung nach kommt nicht mehr genug Material nach???

Der Fehler tritt immer bei der gleichen Höhe des Drucks auf.

Was hab ich schon ohne Erfolg getan?

- Materialwechsel

- Anpressdruck Feeder geändert, in alle Richtungen

- Düse getauscht

- Temperatur verstellt => bei 230 ° klebt die Düse am Druck fest => Error

- Material Flow erhöht


Ultimaker 2

Olson Block


Standart Feeder









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    Posted (edited) · Keine Materialzufuhr nach ein paar Layern.


    prüfe mal, ob das Lüftergehäuse Kontakt zum Olsson Block hat. Das darf nämlich nicht sein.

    Bei mir reagiert der Olsson Block empfindlich auf den Luftstrom der seitlichen Lüfter, also das mal deutlich zurückstellen.

    Das mit dem Lüftstrom wird in der Nähe der Druckplatte verstärkt.

    Am besten stellst Du in Cura das so ein, dass die seitlichen Lüfter nicht gleich bei der ersten Schicht aufdrehen.

    Sofern der Temp Sensor / Heater nicht defekt ist, kommt diese Meldung zustande, wenn plötzlich eine größere Temp Schwankung auftritt, die der Heater nicht schnell genug kompensieren kann.

    Das kann ich bei mir wunderbar provozieren, wenn ich die seitlichen Lüfter in Nähe der Druckplatte auf 100% drehe. Dann fällt die Temp schlagartig und der Heater packt das nicht mehr -> Heater Error.

    Evtl. kann dazu kommen, dass Du mit dem Olsson Block 10° bis 15° addieren musst aufgrund Tempverlust zwischen Heater und Düse. So ist es zumindest bei mir der Fall. Alle bisher gewohnten Temps um 10° bis 15° erhöhen.



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