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UM2 stops printing and print head goes back right

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This has happened twice from 7 prints totally. UM2 moves print head to back right corner and pushes material out from the nozzle. There is a text in the sceen that I should press the button to continue printing. When i do it, printing continues but there is a long plastic spaghetti attached to the nozzle and it sticks to the print. Why UM2 stops printing like this?

Ilkka

 

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Interesting. I enabled the plugins few days ago, but in this print they seems not to be enabled. But I haven't unenabled them either.... I restarted Cura and now plugins are again enabled. Thanks guys. I have many other questions but I try to search the forum first. One question is how to reach same print quality as there is in test piece. I can't get even close.

 

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