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Ferritkern an neuere Ultimaker

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Hallo miteinander,

Habe auf den Umbau Video vom Extrusion Upgrade Kit von Ultimaker gesehen das die neueren Drucker, einen Ferritkern (an den Kabel von den Stepper Motoren) haben.

Weis jemand für was der gut ist und was die Verbesserung dadurch ist?

Vielen Dank schon für eure Antworten

Gerd

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Hallo Gerd,

Die Dräte der schritt motoren können als antenne arbeiten und dan ein störsignal am steuergerät abgeben. Folge kan dan sein schrittverluste oder meer schritte als wünschenswert.

Es ist immer besser sie zu verwenden.

Rechts auf dem Photo kan man den kern sehen

Entschuldige für mein schlechtes recht schreiben.

Gruss Jos

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