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Posted · Non accade nulla dopo aver premuto "print"

Salve a tutti,

 

Ho appena ricevuto una stampante 3d, sono qui per chiedere come posso risolvere il fatto che, dopo aver premuto "print" su Cura, non accade nulla, anche dopo aver pre riscaldato il nozzle e il bed di vetro. 

 

Grazie mille!

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    Posted · Non accade nulla dopo aver premuto "print"

    What 3D printer?

    Are you able to print sample files that came on the memory card?

    If you are you trying to print over the USB do you have the correct Com Port drivers installed?  Do you have a correct USB cable (some are for battery charging only)?

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    Posted · Non accade nulla dopo aver premuto "print"
    On 12/28/2021 at 9:33 PM, GregValiant said:

    What 3D printer?

    Are you able to print sample files that came on the memory card?

    If you are you trying to print over the USB do you have the correct Com Port drivers installed?  Do you have a correct USB cable (some are for battery charging only)?

    Io ho lo stesso problema di lyoski, ho appena aggiornato alla versione 4.13.0 e la stampante si vede, ma non stampa. Nella precedente versione nessun problema. Io ho problemi con la SD, quindi l'unica mia speranza era proprio Cura... 

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    Posted · Non accade nulla dopo aver premuto "print"
    On 12/25/2021 at 7:36 PM, lyoski said:

    Salve a tutti,

     

    Ho appena ricevuto una stampante 3d, sono qui per chiedere come posso risolvere il fatto che, dopo aver premuto "print" su Cura, non accade nulla, anche dopo aver pre riscaldato il nozzle e il bed di vetro. 

     

    Grazie mille!

    Sei riuscito a risolvere? Ho lo stesso problema con la nuova versione di Cura. La stampante viene vista, ma non stampa

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    Posted · Non accade nulla dopo aver premuto "print"

    You can try installing a program called "Pronterface / Printrun".  You can slice in Cura, save the gcode file, and print over the USB using Pronterface.  (At least that is how it is supposed to work.)

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    Posted · Non accade nulla dopo aver premuto "print"
    14 hours ago, GregValiant said:

    You can try installing a program called "Pronterface / Printrun".  You can slice in Cura, save the gcode file, and print over the USB using Pronterface.  (At least that is how it is supposed to work.)

    Yes with pronterface works. The problem for me, however, is the new Marlin firmware, 2.0.9.3. Geeetech a20t printer is not seen by CURA

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    Posted · Non accade nulla dopo aver premuto "print"

    That might be because of the USB-Serial port drivers installed in the Computer.  If Cura can see the printer then communication should not be a problem.  Ultimaker printers don't use "USB Printing" anymore and so the plugin is not maintained as they just don't want to put their own resources into updating it for other companies printers.

     

    I am running Windows and I use my own software to talk to my printer.  The port driver is "USB-SERIAL CH340 (COMxx)" and works for both Cura and my Visual Basic program.  In Windows the port driver is listed in the Device Manager.

     

    Not all drivers are compatible with all software.  Some port drivers only install on a specific USB port rather than on all of them.  Have you tried different USB ports on the computer?  The printer is the only device using a USB port when you start Cura?  You have checked the Cura MarketPlace and the USB Printing plugin is definitely installed?

     

    The port driver software is something to look at though.  Your firmware would not care what port driver the computer has and only looks for commands it can understand.  I think it's a question of the computer hardware being in sync with the mainboard USB port of the printer.

     

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