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Before you break everything. I noticed in the menu that it was possible to change materials. From white to orange PLA. :cool:


Is this button on the machine that I must use? :oops:


What advice would you give me to do this task without difficulty?


I noticed on the X axis of the head a little iron filings! Is this normal or not? :eek: :shock: :roll:


For now it will be all. The printer works. :wink:


Thank you very much.


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Regarding filament, I think I used this menu.


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On iron filings, this is a picture that should speak volumes.

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I hope I will not have trouble with this story of iron filings ... :oops:


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At the next service, I spend a cloth. I'll show you exactly what it is.


I still have a little oil for weapons. I put a drop on the axes.


However, I think procure me oil sewing machine.


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ndeed! It is dust ;)


I was afraid for a moment.


The addition of oil for weapon did not problem to the axes. I'll see if I have to go the new oil.


With that, I run a print 4H. This is the greatest time of print since UM2. :cool:


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