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Z-axis does not lift after first layer/ Z-Achse hebt sich nach erster Schicht nicht mehr


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Posted · Z-axis does not lift after first layer/ Z-Achse hebt sich nach erster Schicht nicht mehr

english:

 

Hello, 

i've got a problem with my cura.

I have designed 2 parts in Autodesks Inventor. One is a simple cylinder, the other one a more complex part. When slicing it with cura, everything seems good in the software but when it comes to printing, the printer prints the first layer perfect but then does not lift the z-axis for the second layer. This happens at both of the designed parts. However x and y axis as well as the extruder are working fine. If I slice something from thingiverse it is working just fine. It has nothing to do with the material or the printer as I tried several ones. I also sliced the cylinder in slic3r and it works fine but I really prefer cura, especially for big/expansive parts. That's why I hope someone here can help me with this issue.

Greetings, Vincent 

 

german:

Hallo,

Ich habe ein Problem mit meinem Cura.

Ich habe zwei Teile in Autodesks Inventor designed. Einem simplen Zylinder und ein etwas größeres, aufwendigeres Teil.

Wenn ich beide separat mit cura slice haut alles super hin. Kommt es aber ans drucken beginnen die Probleme.

Die erste Layer wird super gedruckt, danach hebt sich aber die Z Achse nicht, alle anderen Achsen und Extruder bewegen sich aber weiter, das passiert bei beiden Teilen. Slice und drucke ich aber was von thingiverse haut alles hin. Es liegt weder am Material noch am Drucker, habe jeweils verschiedene probiert. Dann habe ich den Zylinder mit slic3r gesliced und gedruckt und alles haut hin. Da ich aber vorallem für aufwendige/teure Teile cura sehr bevorzuge, hoffe ich jemand hier kann mir mit meinem Problem helfen.

Grüße, Vincent

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    Posted (edited) · Z-axis does not lift after first layer/ Z-Achse hebt sich nach erster Schicht nicht mehr

    Hallo Vincent,

     

    Kannst du mal dein Curaprojekt (Datei -> Speichern) teilen.

    So würde es am einfachsten und am schnellsten gehen dein Problem zu sehen.

     

    Gruß Gerd

    Edited by zerspaner_gerd
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    Posted · Z-axis does not lift after first layer/ Z-Achse hebt sich nach erster Schicht nicht mehr

    Gerd, vielen Dank für Ihre Hilfe.

    Ich hatte herausgefunden, dass es an den Dateinamen lag. Im Dateinamen waren ä,ö,ü vorhanden was die Dstei scheinbar korrumpierte.

     

    Vielleicht können Sie mir ja bei meinem derzeitigen Problem helfen, wo zu ich soeben eine neue Topic erstellt habe. 

     

    Danke nochmals!

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    Posted · Z-axis does not lift after first layer/ Z-Achse hebt sich nach erster Schicht nicht mehr

    Hi! This happened to me with some model, using the ender3 (I think it doesn't depend on the printer though).

    I tried another slicer and worked perfectly, using prusaslicer for this printer worked nicely. Cura gave some issues.

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