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Druckknopf verstopft

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Hallo,

nach einem Druckercrash blieb der Druckkopf von meinem UM3 einige Stunden im Material stehen. Jetzt ist er verstopft und es geht auch kein Material durch. Außerdem ist das Pla Filament über dem silbernem Röhrchen abgebrochen. Wie bekomme ich den Druckknopf wieder zum laufen?

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Hi,

 

Ich weiss nicht was du mit dem silbernen Röhrchen meinst (die Oberseite des Print Cores?). Auf jeden Fall musst du erstmal das abgebrochene Stück Filament entfernen.


Schau dir das an:

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/23132-clean-the-print-cores

 

Wenn du magst, poste auch ein Foto vom aktuellen Stand, dann können wir genauere Tipps geben.

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Verdammt, ja die Printcores sind da sehr empfindlich. Auseinander bauen ist gefährlich. Ich dachte du würdest die Printcore erneut erhitzen und versuchen von oben das Material herauszufischen. Sorry dass es dabei kaputt gegangen ist.

 

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