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Printer kan niet tegen lange prints

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Ha Niels, heb je ook een paar foto's van je Ultimaker, zodat we je printkop goed kunnen zien én je feeder van een paar verschillende hoeken?

Wanneer je printer vastloopt en er geen filament meer uitkomt, kun je dan wel handmatig het filament er achter uit trekken, zonder weerstand? (als je printer nog aanstaat?)

Zit er een blob op het puntje van je filament?

Zit je bowden tube er goed in, als je deze vastpakt en omhoog trekt zou er vrijwel geen speling in moeten zitten.

Heb je modificaties aan je Ultimaker gedaan?

En print je PLA? Weet je welk merk?

Alvast bedankt!

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Wat beschouw je als extruder, de printkop of de feeder?

Er stonden boven nog wat vragen open welke wellicht een indicatie kunnen geven waar het probleem zich precies bevind.

Succes, hopelijk is een goede schoonmaakbeurt alles wat er nodig is.

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