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Posted · filaments become thin among printing,,,

I used ultimaker 3 extended 1year, until now I have many problem.

The biggest problem is in middle of printing PVA of PLA become thin and head is clogged and at feeder, filament are crumbled.

So I cleaned up the feeder and header after that I confirmed the filaments are going out side well. But I failed printing in eight cases out of ten until now..

How can I do with like this problem???

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Posted · filaments become thin among printing,,,

WEhat material are you using? This looks like an underextrusion issue and many things can cause that, such as feeder grinding, too low of a temp, etc.

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Posted · filaments become thin among printing,,,
On 9/13/2018 at 2:03 AM, kmanstudios said:

WEhat material are you using? This looks like an underextrusion issue and many things can cause that, such as feeder grinding, too low of a temp, etc.

I used PVA for supporter.. 

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