Hi Sander, thanks for the reply.
Normally I clean the nozzle but most of the times 9/10 it isn't clogged...
the pattern seems to be random.
It seems to be underextruding, when I set the material flow higher it doesnt help anything, the problem is the same... underextruding.
The feeder isn't grinding up the material, the pressure is fine, just like the example on the site.
The front and side fans are runing, after cleaning they sound normal but the problem remains.
Hi @Sjorsvanos, thank you for your post. Could you explain what you do after a failed print? Is there a clear pattern that after a failed print the next one is always a success? Is it always 1 fail 1 success 1 fail 1 success etc?
Do you know why your first print fails? Is your feeder grinding your filament? Is your nozzle clogged? Is filament getting stuck in your print core, but somewhere in the middle?
Perhaps a good thing to check; is your front fan running? Check if there are any plastic strings preventing the blades from rotating, and if the cables are still inserted and not pinched anywhere.
Looking forward hearing from you!
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