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Posted · bad print S5 ultimaker

hi 

 

I started a print yesterday. it's a large one (7days) but when i came in this morning it looks like this.

did I do something wrong or....

br Franklin

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Posted · bad print S5 ultimaker

ok so I don't know the model but I'm assuming the top part is what you wanted to print and you got a huge layer shift?

if thats the case it looks like a mechanical issue, probably a loose pully (the gears driven by the belts...) you can tighten them with the screwdriver that was included with your printer.

 

You may need to check the alignment of the printer, check this out for tool and instructions;

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/ultimaker-s5-axis-alignment-tool

 

 

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ofc if I fully misinterpret the case please explain more, and share a picture of what the model should have looked like, settings used etc...

 

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Posted · bad print S5 ultimaker

Layer shifts can also occur if the printhead hits a curled area of plastic hard enough.

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