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I don't post much.   Not sure if I am missing something at this point. 

 

Seems to be an issue with the Material Station during the depriming process.  The printer seem not to be able to deprime CF Nylon.  It appears the algorithm is too low, the material is too strong and the machine then locks up.  I just recently had it occur on a Tough PLA as well.   So here are my questions.

 

1.  Anyone successfully depriming CF Nylon?  OK how?

2.  Do we have access to controls or settings for the priming and depriming prcesses?

 

It appears to me that the machine controls this through the firmware and the material selection.  The algorithm itself appears to have too cold a temperature on the cold pull.  Seems to me it would make more sense to error of the side of a poor cold pull then an machine reboot.  

 

Appreciate the feedback.   I am sure the team is working on these issues and they will be resolved, but need to see what others are seeing.   

 

 

 

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