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Heater errors with a 1.0 nozzel

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Hey everyone.

So I upgraded to a 1.0 nozzle. Now I am getting temp errors as I try to print the extra volume. That annoying error where it turns off the heaters, movement and wont respond.

I've been at this a long time, I know at the temp I have it at (230 for PLA) the fluctuations in temp wont matter. Been doing speed printing for ages. I just need this $$$$ feature to turn off. Is there a way to turn it off?

Now assuming it's not. Anyone else have a 1.0 and how much did you have to slow it down? Trying to print at 0.8 LH.

Going to cut it down to 0.5 for now, till I have time to tinker..

Thanks!

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I agree, the 35watt heater upgrade from 3dsolex solved all heater error issues for me. http://3dsolex.com/other-parts

Also, slowing the fans down also helps, but maybe try out one of the alternative fan shroud designs on youmagine ? These can ensure air is directed to the surface and not as much over the nozzle. I use this design https://www.youmagine.com/designs/fan-mount-um2-olsson-block , its suited to the olsson block but if you don't have one fitted there are other shroud designs to try. A printed shroud helped me somewhat before I ended up installing the olssen block

hope this helps

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