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Ultimaker Original Plus can do short prints but no long prints

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Hi i am trying to print a 14 hour print with my Ultimaker Original Plus but when i try to print something that last longer than at least 8 hours the nozzle clogs somewhere during the print and i get half prints

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For example with these prints they are halfway there and just stop and when i come back i have to unclog the nozzle

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i have the same problem 

the filament burns out in case of the long time in heating area and clog the nozzle.

i have the problem with many cheap filaments and layer high at 0.06.

same problem with new nozzle, tube and peek isolator

 

try reduce the temperature and print bit faster.

its a kombination process with speed, temperature and flow.

 

 

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