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Posted · Impression penchée Print is leaning

Bonjour,

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Avez-vous déjà corrigé ce phénomène :

Les côtés de l'objet se décalent petit à petit pour finir vraiment à l'oblique, penchés et déformés.

Have you ever deal with leaning prints problems ?

I've seen here http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/23-a-visual-ultimaker-troubleshooting-guide#leaning

that I've to check Pulleys on stepper motors and look that there's no friction on machine frame...

Any other advice ?

 

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Posted · Impression penchée Print is leaning

Bonjour Didier,

Meilleurs vœux.

J'ai rien fait encore. Les courroies X & Y semblent bien tendues sur la U2.

Autre info, ça couinait un peu pendant les impressions par moment, genre strident.

 

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Posted · Impression penchée Print is leaning

Moi je dirai une poulie mal serrée quand même, ou un frottement quelque part...

 

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Posted · Impression penchée Print is leaning

La machine éteinte tu arrives a bouger la tête facilement ? Ou tu sens une résistance?

 

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Posted · Impression penchée Print is leaning

La tête bouge avec résistance régulière. Plutôt normale...

 

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Posted · Impression penchée Print is leaning

Bonjour,

J'ai eu ce problème sur mon UMO, et je l'ai résolu en resserrant les poulies comme Didier et darkdvd le disent. Elles semblaient bien serrées, mais avec un petit coup de clé Allen c'était résolu.

 

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Posted · Impression penchée Print is leaning

Merci à tous,

ç'est reparti d'équerre.

Thx for your support

:)

 

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