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S5 An error occurred while processing...Line nr=31869

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On 5 or 6 occasions I've had this error show up:

An error occurred while processing this print job. Line nr = 31869

I can't find this type of error in my S5 manual. Here's what I've found:

I can reprint the item with the same file and it works.

The error occurs anywhere in the print, sometimes near the start and other times at the end of a 20 hour print which wastes materials and time.

My dealer said format the USB drive that came with the Ultimaker and I did this and it worked but I don't believe its connected to formatting the USB drive.

I'm using the latest Cura program to slice.

It occurs up sporadically.

I want to do some long 50 hour prints but I can't have this error near the end. Any suggestions?

 

Brian

 

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OK, well this is a surprise given that I'm using the USB drive that came with the machine and the first 50 prints worked properly and I don't use that drive for anything else but 3D printing. All 50 or so of my first files were on the USB when my supplier told me to format it however the same problem occurred again later with 2 or 3 files on the drive. Of course if there's a problem with the USB drive itself then the number of files it contains is irrelevant.

I will try to print over my network more often except I keep loosing my network every other day so I'll have to solve that issue first.

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