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tomnagel

connection problem during printing

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Every now and then the printer stops in the very beginning of a print.

Anybody got a clue?

My Error log:

 


Changing monitoring state from 'Operational' to 'Printing'
Send: N0M110*3
Send: N1M92 E824.650000*79
Send: N2M109 S205.000000*99
Send: N3G21*57
Send: N4G90*52
Send: N5M107*0
Recv: ok
Send: N5M107*0
Recv: ok
Send: N6G28 X0 Y0*52
Serial timeout while writing to serial port, trying again.
Recv: T:210.8 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:210.9 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:210.7 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:210.6 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:210.5 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:210.4 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:210.4 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:210.0 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:209.9 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:209.5 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:209.1 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:209.0 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:208.5 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:208.0 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:207.9 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:207.4 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:207.0 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:206.5 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:206.1 E:0 W:?
Recv: T:205.6 E:0 W:4
Recv: T:205.1 E:0 W:3
Recv: T:204.7 E:0 W:2
Recv: T:204.1 E:0 W:1
Recv: T:203.7 E:0 W:0
Recv: ok
Send: M105
Recv: Error:Line Number is not Last Line Number+1, Last Line:5
Recv: Resend:6
Recv: ok
Send: M105
Recv: ok
Send: M105
Recv: ok
Send: M105
Recv: ok
Send: M105
Recv: ok T:203.6 /205.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:42
Send: N6G28 X0 Y0*52
Recv: ok T:203.6 /205.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:42
Send: N7G28 Z0*126
Recv: ok T:203.6 /205.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:42
Send: N8G92 X0 Y0 Z0 E0*36
Recv: ok T:203.6 /205.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:42
Send: N9G1 Z15.0 F180*62
Recv: ok T:203.6 /205.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:42
Send: N10G92 E0*86
Recv: ok
Send: M105
Recv: ok
Send: N11G1 F200 E3*58
Communication timeout during printing, forcing a line
Send: M105
Recv: ok
Send: N12G92 E0*84
Recv: ok
Send: N13G1 F12000*111
Recv: ok
Send: N14G1 X95.525 Y132.084 Z0.3 F12000.0*18
Recv: ok
Send: N15G1 F4200.0*66
Recv: ok T:201.2 /205.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:66
Send: N16G1 E4.5*117
Recv: ok
Send: N17G1 F12000.0*117
Recv: ok T:201.2 /205.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:66
Send: N18G1 X96.107 Y135.953 Z0.3 F1200.0 E4.5953*88
Recv: ok
Send: N19G1 X97.847 Y142.587 E4.7624*113
Recv: ok
Send: N20G1 X103.088 Y151.648 E5.0174*74
Recv: ok
Send: N21G1 X111.366 Y159.097 E5.2887*64
Recv: ok
Send: N22G1 X114.636 Y160.825 E5.3788*76
Recv: ok
Send: N23G1 X120.947 Y163.336 E5.5442*74
Recv: ok
Send: N24G1 X123.529 Y163.949 E5.6089*72
Recv: ok
Send: N25G1 X134.173 Y164.336 E5.8683*67
Recv: ok
Send: N26G1 X142.189 Y162.323 E6.0697*72
Recv: ok
Send: N27G1 X144.913 Y161.137 E6.142*127
Recv: ok
Send: N28G1 X151.3 Y157.138 E6.3256*67
Recv: ok
Send: N29G1 X153.719 Y155.13 E6.4022*112
Recv: ok
Send: N30G1 X159.006 Y148.791 E6.6033*72
Recv: ok
Send: N31G1 X163.245 Y139.333 E6.8557*70
Recv: ok
Send: N32G1 X163.934 Y136.581 E6.9249*65
Recv: Error:No Checksum with line number, Last Line:26
Changing monitoring state from 'Printing' to 'Error: No Checksum with lin...'
Recv: Resend:27
Recv: ok
Recv: Error:Line Number is not Last Line Number+1, Last Line:26
Recv: Resend:27
Recv: ok

 

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