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24 minutes ago, Produktdesigner said:

Der Drucker matscht nur einen dicken Klumpen zusammen


Mmmh, das ist als Fehlerbeschreibung nun auch nicht viel hilfreicher als vorher....?


Das bedeutet, das Material haftet nicht auf der Plattform, oder was ist damit gemeint?

Bilder oder ein kurzes Video könnten evtl. helfen...


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Verwendest du das Ultimaker TPU95A Filament? Und hast du auch tatsächlich die Default Settings in Cura dafür verwendet?


Druckst du mit einem 0.4er AA Printcore?


Dann fällt mir nur noch ein, dass eventuell das Material zuviel Feuchtigkeit aufgenommen hat. Ich bilde mir ein, dass auch TPU95A empfindlich gegen zu hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit ist.

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