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Problema stampa Ultimaker Original

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Salve a tutti, da poco ho finito di montare la mia Ultimaker Original. Purtroppo però andando a stampare succede che dopo aver stampato 1 o 2 livelli l'estrusore impazzisce, inizia a spostarsi a destra e a manca stampando livelli qua e la, ho provato a cercare un po su google e ho già provato a stringere le pulegge, sono già tutte strette, ho provato a cambiare software, da Cura sono passato a Slic3r, sia tramite SD che tramite USB, ma il problema persiste, qualcuno può gentilmente aiutarmi? Grazie.

 

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Non so se abbiamo avuto lo stesso problema, a me dopo un paio di layer si spostava di un paio di centimetri e continuava a stampare, come se il progetto fosse shiftato.

Ho risolto stringendo le pulegge, rifacendo il modello (alcune volte quando fai il modello stl un layer viene saltato o non riconosciuto e li si sfasa) e stampando avendo aperto solo cura e non altri software di modellazione (in questo ultimo caso o si blocca o si sposta), non penso sia dovuto alla capacita' computazionale del computer ma piu' ad una qualche incompatibilita'.

 

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