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HI All, Started new topic as been a few days without response on the previous thread, feel free to delete last.

I ran illuminati's under extrusion test. Result is here. Could someone help me get my UM2 upto the 8- 10 range described as "normal"

Thanks in advance,

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What does your PLA look like once it has cleared past the feeder knurled knob? I found PLA that PLA by some manufactures would cause to much drag, especially with the knurled knob imprints.

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I went in and cut a few mm off of the feeder pressure tension bar so it would have some play to allow the screw to operate. I now get much further up the extruder test print but I have to raise the temp to 240 to get past 9

 

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