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Buona sera a tutti

da qualche giorno ho un problema con la mia Prusa i3

come si vede dalle foto non stampa bene lascia dei buchi nel materiale e sembra quasi stampi a a scatti dal risultato

ho cambiato i cuscinetti del piatto, dell'estrusore, la cinghia del piatto e teso la cinghia dell'estrusore.

ho provato anche a cambiare materiale e l'ingranaggio avanzamento filo.

qualcuno ha idea di cos'altro potrebbe incidere su questo problema.

grazie molte a tutti.

Cordialmente

Andrea

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