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Posted (edited) · message d'erreur lors du retrait du hardcore

je m'explique, lors d'une impression en cours, si je mets en pause et que je dois résoudre un problème sur le hardcore, un message d'erreur apparait au retrait du hardcore.

une fois le problème résolu et le hardcore remit en place, je ne peut pas initialiser le défaut. obligé d'éteindre l'imprimante et de dire adieu à votre impression en cours.

cela m'ai déjà arrivé sur l'UM2 et l'UM3 et cela vient de m'arriver sur la S5 pour une fin de bobine détecté ce week end, dommage lundi matin le filament avait fondu dans la tête, obligé de démonter le hardcore pour nettoyer et patatras impression en cours à refaire (un beau bébé de 50h) .

n'y a t'il pas un moyen d'éviter cette arrêt de l'imprimante au retrait du printcore?

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    Posted · message d'erreur lors du retrait du hardcore

    Non malheureusement, mais n'hésite pas à en faire par à Ultimaker, 3d Solex ou sur le forum anglophone.Il y a peut-être des réponses à se sujets.

    Je pense que tu aurais du avoir le même problème avec les Print Cores , le System n'est pas mature. 

    Par contre, à quel niveau le filament à fondu ? Sortit de buse ou entré du filament dans le Print Core ?

    La détection de filament n'a pas vraiment jouez son rôle.

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    Posted · message d'erreur lors du retrait du hardcore

    oui le problème est similaire avec les print core ultimaker.

    quand la tête est absente on obtient erreur 29 temp max


    sur la S5 le détecteur fin de bobine a bien fonctionné, l'imprimante c'est mise en pause.

    je suis intervenu un peu tard pour changer la bobine et avec la chaleur ambiante le filament avait fondu (gonflé) à l'entrée du print core (niveau du teflon). le filament était coincé.


    un rapide passage de foret Ø3mm dans le printcore sans buse a chassé le filament gonflé.


    s'il y a une prochaine fois je t'enterai de nettoyer le print core sans déconnexion.


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