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Daid...could this by why my printer is shutting off when it gets to these lines while printing? The Drivers arn't hot, the motors are running warm to the touch, everything seems to fine but it just shuts off for no reason, except for this maybe. What is the RunTime Error? Thanks for any information.

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It's a warning, you can safely ignore it. It happens when there is a "wrong" triangle in your mesh. It has no relation to your printer.

As for your printer shutting itself off, is it losing connection? Is it resetting? Or does it lose power?

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Thanks for that info....its good to know it's just a model problem

The printer just quits, period....lights stay on, fans keep running..in fact the information about which line is being printed at the bottom of Cura keeps going, like its still printing .. :shock: When I hit Pause or Reset, the hour glass shows up and at the top of the Cura Box it says "Windows is not responding to Cura etc etc:.....In the Dos Box it says: "Time out on line... whatever"......I have too shut the computer down completely and do a restart.....Nothing I've tried will restart the printing.

I think I've got a USB problem. One of the gadgets I've got is on a Time Limit and shuts down when its reached. The Ulticontroller would be the answer to this problem but for now a little expensive on the budget. Thanks again for the help.... :!:

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