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I will need to try this one day :)
The infrared sensor that does the leveling can be confused by some types of lighting and cause that.
This can be casued by filament that has absorbed moisture.
If you connected the thermistor input to heater power you'll have fried the analog input (possibly more) of the atmega2560 chip.
I also have a hardened nozzle on all the time. Bought a 0.25mm microswiss, and also got a 0.4 along with it. Just swap between both as needed, as...
Holder for an alu part that needed a small correction on the CNC. Tight enough so that once screwed to the CNC bed the thing doesn't move one bit....
If you have access to a linux box you can then use the PiShrink script to reduce the image to about 3GB (if you've cleaned your card of timelapses...
Seems like interference from the leveling system.
Just adjust the nozzle size and maybe reduce speed in the profile.
I've been successfully printing 0.25 without speed changes though aka...
That's why I always decline all these "upgrades" from ISPs to all-in one modem/router/younameit boxes, just give me a dumb modem and I'll put my...
Depends what you're doing obviously.
Are you doing timelapse, and/or viewing the video stream from multiple places?
Could be a Gcode file that's particularly "heavy" too
Windows 10's 3D Builder also works great to rework files that way.
I've got the code sorted for when you need, my install is just a little less fancy :D
Hah, lucky bastards :D
I modded the R2 PSU to slow the fan down but still have to disconnect it from mains manually anytime I'm not using the...
The bottom cooling fan is very quiet - unless it's really dead those you'll hear are the extruder one (prone to be noisy) and on the R2 at least...
I just vote for Murphy's law :D
I'm enough into this to know to make a backup so I did, and of course because of that I've never needed it :P
I'm done with the time sensitive stuff now so I'll wire it back in and secure the plug this time. Really likely it's just that since when I...
It's the extruder cooling fan. It's connected straight to power so not controllable. Throw a drop of oil in it once in a while if it's too whiny.
I tend to just press a bit less onto the bed when printing PETG/PC. One step on the Z leadscrew forced manually at the start usually does it.