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hello,

raft and first layer with infill are good

the following layer there isnot comming anny fillament out of the extruder

design drawn in 123d , converted to stl and g code in cura(tried all versions)

were to look fore the mistake?

all help is welkom!

wr Henk

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thanks for the reply

tried all versions of cura , best results with 16.0.1 came with the duplicator i3

firts results were okay after experimenting with cura the problem of stopping extruder after first layer occ

see pictures

wr Henk

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Thanks for the STL file. It slices OK for me and looks fine in the viewer. I haven't tried printing it.

Does it look in the cura layer view for you?

What happens when you print? When it has printed the first layer does the nozzle continue to move? Does the extruder try to extrude?

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Thanks for the STL file. It slices OK for me and looks fine in the viewer. I haven't tried printing it.

Does it look in the cura layer view for you?

What happens when you print? When it has printed the first layer does the nozzle continue to move? Does the extruder try to extrude?

In a viewer it looks okay

Print starts okay layer 5 and following the extruder stops

The movement cont

After a few layers its clear that the extruder is not starting anymore

Tried in more cura verions

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Thanks for the STL file. It slices OK for me and looks fine in the viewer. I haven't tried printing it.

Does it look in the cura layer view for you?

What happens when you print? When it has printed the first layer does the nozzle continue to move? Does the extruder try to extrude?

In a viewer it looks okay

Print starts okay layer 5 and following the extruder stops

The movement cont

After a few layers its clear that the extruder is not starting anymore

Tried in more cura verions

The fillament is grinded and clogged fore the pfte

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The fillament is grinded and clogged fore the pfte

Well, maybe you're trying to push too much plastic through the extruder and the filament is stripping - try reducing print speed or the width of the lines or upping the extruder temperature.

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tried all that,but no result

can't reed the G code but i think its what you say ,pussing too much fillament

from layer 5 and further but there is no fillament comming out

will experiment futher

thanks fore the support

wr Henk

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tried all that,but no result

can't reed the G code but i think its what you say ,pussing too much fillament

from layer 5 and further but there is no fillament comming out

will experiment futher

thanks fore the support

wr Henk

After 1 1/2 week of problems finally printing with a good result!!

Was drawing the reeds in 123design all from start and saw the options 1)to show the part 2)part with constr lines 3)constr lines only

Never paid notions to that but i tried the option 1(part only)

After that saved the stl and conv

to g code in cura

The g gode in a simulation showed a good print and the real print was now also with a good result without allthe problems of the last week

So i think the constr lines were the problem in conversion with cura

Wr Henk

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