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Printer stops after 1/4 objects declaring print completed

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I do not know if this is a firmware or software problem, but I guess the first. Using cura 14.07, with the options shown in the screenshots here http://robotics.dei.unipd.it/~fabiodl/share/fourObjectsCura.zip I generated the gcode in the zip file. The printer stopped after building the brim of the second object, saying print finished.

Firmaware is 14.07 as well.

Do you have any idea of the reasons of this bug?

 

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I am sorry, it was actually not a firmware problem. It was just a material grinding problem that occurred in the middle of the print. When I came back and saw just one out of four objects, I wrongly assumed that the printer stopped after the first one.

Today I started a new print and noticed it was just a grinding problem.

If any of the forum admin feel it is better to delete this thread, please go on.

 

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