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Ich habe Unebenheiten in z richtig und bekomme diese einfach nicht weg. Habe bereits die Bewegungsparametern (Acceleration, jerk) variiert, jedoch ohne Erfolg.

Die Temperatur des Materials wurde ebenfalls variiert und brachte kein Erfolg.

Druck information:

Ultimaker 2 Extended

Nozzle diameter:  0.4 mm

Printing speed:      30 mm/s

XY jerk:                    8 mm/s

XY Acceleration: 700 mm/s2

Layer height:        0.2 mm

Hatchbox ABS 215°C

Habt ihr evtl. Tipps wie ich den Fehler beheben könnte?



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Vielen Dank Dir. Konnte das Problem lösen.

Es lag am Extruder-Schrittmotor ...

Das rechte Teil hat ebenfalls Unebenheiten, die jedoch durch Schrittverluste des noch zu schwachen Ersatzmotors hervorgerufen werden. Motor ist neu bestellt.


Soweit vielen Dank ;)


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das rechte sieht allerdings immer noch nicht so richtig sauber aus. Überprüfe mal die lange Z-Schraube. Am besten sauber machen und etwas von der grünen Paste darauf schmieren.

Zusätzlich wäre es interessant zu wissen ob diese übrigbleibenden Aussetzer immer auf der gleichen Höhe auftreten.

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