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Posted · Print head always stops in the same position

Good afternoon,

 

we are having the following problem with our Ultimaker 3:

Every time we print parts in a specific area of the build plate, the print head always stops at the same position (in the front, on the right-hand side) after having printed a few layers (approx. 10 layers).Our Ultimaker 3 will only print the parts, if they are placed on the build plate in a certain way, so that the position in which the print head would stop is avoided.

 

What's responsible for this error and how can we fix it?

 

Thank you in advance!

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Posted · Print head always stops in the same position

Just to rule out something simple: is the 'Pause at Height' activated?

Look under, Extensions  - Post Processing - Modify gcode.

Once activated it stays there until you deactivate it, and it is easy to forget....

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Posted · Print head always stops in the same position

Thank you for your response.

I checked the settings, but "pause at height" is not activated. Do you have any other ideas?

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