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Delta printer feeding problems with newest Cura

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Hello!

I not sure if i writing to the correct thread, and if i make a mistake, please forgive me 🙂

I am new at the 3d printing, i have a budget Delta T1 printer (EZT3D, chinese copy), and i just started to learn the basics. My printer's manufacturer is suggested me to use the old Cura 14, and it is working, i have a few small print. But the old Cura is very buggy on my laptop, i tried the newest one, and works great, but my printer not working with the new version of Cura gcode. I have feeding problems, the feeding motor can't press the material in, but moving a little bit (1-2 degrees) forward, and then moving in same angle backwards. I think this is a known issue, and i tried to figure out if anybody solved the problem somehow, but no luck, i found nothing.

I know this is not the best printer, but i have this budget, i wanted to start somehow, and i found this solution. And as i said i can use the old Cura, it is buggy but usable. BTW if anybody can show me a solution i appreciate it 🙂

Thanks!

Ferenc Kaszas, Hungary

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