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Did you have the parts fan on?
Need more info. What material, layer height and printing temp?
What do you think about this power supply?
I printed them as I have district drive extruder, but I be leave this was from the last batch before they started putting on SN's on.
This is how mine is.
Mine has a spring / tensioner like that as well. As far as I know it came that way.
I've been fine tuning my settings so I can run some of these. I'm still getting use to PETG but think I have the settings to where they are...
It could be something as easy as not feeding well due to slippage on the hobbed bolt. Might try playing with the spring pressure and making sure...
I found this from the part # that was posted. PA12 nylon. http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/3d-printing-materials/8320507/
Yes you can. I have had no problems doing it.
The link works for me.
I vote clone
It's a knock-off v6. Looks like the one I bought a year or so back.
This is the one I use as well. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:267039 and it has been serving me well.
Those look really nice. I like them.
What material did you print them with?
I don't know, but to me it looks like the nozzle is to close to the bed in those spots.
What dose it do if you let it run to the 2nd layer?
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Not a problem with the stock hex. I print ABS all the time. Depending on the ABS I print in the rang of 230 to 245.
I would also try to go higher on the jerk to see what it dose. My printer seems to like 20 for the jerk. What I have seen playing around with jerk...
your layer is to high. The max is about .3 mm with a .4 mm nozzle.