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Moving issues while printing

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Hey guys,

I am facing an absolutely crazy problem.

If I start a print all goes well, until he starts with the first layer.

After some cm of printing, the printhead stops moving and after some time (~1min) it moves ahead. This process is repeating itself all ~5 cm of printhead movement. During this stopping time, filament is coming out and ruining the print.

For me it looks like something is lagging.

The printer itself still reacts normally to the button.

Following attempts were made to find a solution:

- sliced a different model in CURA 2.5

- updated firmware with CURA 2.5

and now I am out of ideas.

Hope you can help me.

Regards,

Klaus

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