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Erreur 018 sur UM3

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Bonjour

 

J'ai ma UM3 qui me fait des souci d'erreur aléatoirement. Erreur 018

Suivant la notices erreur 018 de com avec la tete , j ai fait une inversion avec une autre , même soucis après quelque temps.

J ai remarque que l erreur ne s'affiche que quand le job est fini.

 

Une idée de ce problème je pense a un câble.

La machine a moins de 1 ans.?

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C'est un problème de connexion au niveau des câbles de la tête d'impression, d'après le site (https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/23154-there-is-a-communication-error-with-the-print-head)

 

Soit une soudure qui est en train de lâcher, soit un câble qui essaye de se faire la malle de son logement.

 

Elle est sous garantie : voit avec ton vendeur.

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Ok merci pour la réponse

 

 

Sa fait deux fois que  j ai un souci de câble.

 

1* le capteur de proximité faut contacte

2* problème de Com avec tete.

En moins de 1 ans ?☹️

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