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phippsi

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Hi,

schau mal nach ob sich da evtl. ein Reststück Filament versteckt hat :-)

Eigentlich kann da nichts quietschen, aber ich würde das Teil einfach mal reinigen.

Du meinst jetzt aber nicht die Geräusche die der Schrittmotor beim Rückzug mach? Das hört sich nämlich auch etwas "quietschend" an.

 

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Ich hab einen UM2. Gestern kam das quitschen ständig und heute nur noch ab und zu. Ich denke, dies hat allenfalls mit einer Beschädigung vom Filament zu tun, dass er es nicht richtig greifen kann.

 

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Inzwischen ist klar, woher das quitschen kommt. Die Filamentrolle (Original beim Drucker dabei gewesen) dreht nicht immer schön mit wenn Filament eingezogen wird dann kann es vorkommen, dass es zu straff wird und dann hat der Feeder Probleme es nachzuschieben und scheint durchzudrehen. Mache nun das Filament immer locker ab der Rolle und nun ists gut.

 

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