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temp sensor niet correct?

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Hoi,

Ik heb onlangs mijn originele nozzle vervangen door een olsson block.

Ben hier supercontent over, tot daar.

Ik heb echter de indruk dat de temp die ik instel en aflees niet echt gehaald wordt.

Dikwijls moet ik de temp. hoger zetten dan opgegeven voor een bepaald filament.

Op dit moment ben ik colorfabb xt-cf20 aan het proberen printen op 260°C en heb de indruk dat die 260 niet gehaald wordt, niettegenstaande dat de display deze temp aangeeft.

Is deze sensor in te stellen (ijken) op de sturing of firmware?

Of komt het al eens voor de sensor niet juist is?

Gr,

Martin

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