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elso

Ultimaker 2 frisst sich in Filament

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Hallo elso ;)

Das ist ein bekannter und häufig diskutierter Fehler der UM2-Firmware.

Versuche über den offiziellen Software-Download-Bereich von Ultimaker die neueste Cura-Version herunterzuladen.

Verbinde vorher Deinen UM2 mit einem Computer-System, denn bei jeder Erst-Installation von einer neuen Cura-Version wird regulär das Angebot unterbreitet die Geräte-Firmware zu aktualisieren.

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Hi,

ich würde dir eher die Firmware (siehe Link) empfehlen. Die kannst du als HEX-FILE runterladen und in CURA unter "Machine/Install custom firmware" installieren. Da sind dann auch ein paar Fehler behoben, die die offizielle Firmware leider noch hat.

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/5935-z-axis-homing-inconsistent-on-um2-workaround-and-patch/page-6&do=findComment&comment=57095

 

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