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Posted · la tête d'impressions touche la paroi de l'imprimante


Je suis désolé de vous déranger mais je rencontre un problème pour lequel je n'ai pas vu de solution.

Suite à un capteur de température défaillant, j'ai du faire quelques réparations sur mon ultimaker 2+ : Changement du capteur défaillant, changement du bowden (qui avait deux ans). Pour pouvoir passer le capteur, je me suis retrouvé dans l'obligation de desserrer légèrement les parois latérales.
Or, depuis que je l'ai remise sous tension, le ventilateur se trouvant du coté gauche de la tête d'impression touche la paroi extérieur de l'imprimante, ce qui ne me semble bon ni pour la tête d'impression, ni pour la paroi.

Auriez vous une explication et une solution à ce problème?

En vous remerciant d'avance pour toutes aides apportées

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    Posted · la tête d'impressions touche la paroi de l'imprimante

    Bonjour et bienvenue,


    Normalement il n'y a pas du tout besoin de toucher aux parois pour changer la sonde de température??


    Si ta tête frotte, il y a deux possibilités: soit le support du ventilo est légèrement plié ce qui fait que ça touche la parois, soit le capteur de fin de course n'est pas activé assez tôt (il est peut être plié aussi?


    Vérifie machine éteinte si tu arrive a activer les deux capteurs de fin de courses (bouge la tête jusqu'a entendre un clic)

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    Posted · la tête d'impressions touche la paroi de l'imprimante

    Merci beaucoup pour votre réponse.

    Nous avions été obligé de toucher aux parois car la tresse dans laquelle nous devions faire passer le capteur n'était pas accessible. Nous avions donc légèrement dévissé pour pouvoir mieux y accéder.

    Le support du ventilateur ne semble pas plié.

    Déplacer la tête permet bien d'entendre deux clics (un par direction), mais un des deux capteurs semblait légèrement plié. En le dépliant, la tête d'impression ne semble plus toucher la paroi.

    Merci beaucoup.

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