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sergei-mikhailenko

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hi,

i have a problem: whenever i try to print the sample ultimakerbot (or anything else) and i press print, the print control window opens up, the temperature graph starts to move towards the left direction, the printer state is operational, it displays and updates the temperature but as soon as i click on something like "print" or "speed" or "220degrees" or anything else, it crashes, always.

i already tried different versions of cura, updated the marlin software and tweaked the baudrate and port settings. but nothing works.

has anybody experienced a similar problem?

thanks

 

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hi,

i have a problem: whenever i try to print the sample ultimakerbot (or anything else) and i press print, the print control window opens up, the temperature graph starts to move towards the left direction, the printer state is operational, it displays and updates the temperature but as soon as i click on something like "print" or "speed" or "220degrees" or anything else, it crashes, always.

i already tried different versions of cura, updated the marlin software and tweaked the baudrate and port settings. but nothing works.

has anybody experienced a similar problem?

thanks

Hi,

yep same problem here, but can't tell you what to do about it.

In my case printing through USB cable works with an old version (13.04).

But with the newer versions it will not print, other controls like Jog, temp and extrude work.

For larger prints it's not a problem to copy them on the sd card and use the ulticontroller.

But for smaller things the USB cable is more convenient

I'm going to follow this topic, hope it attracts someone's attention who can come up with a solution.

 

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