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do you have a fan blowing air on the hotend ? caused me that problem (temperature dropped to low and print failed) also try and re-tighten the...
soooo. . . i recently started printing abs and i have been having a few issues.
- i have been having some kind of Z ribbing on a "fine" pillar...
then we know that the problem comes from the lcd. Another dumb question, have you checked the cables/ pins on the ramps and LCD ?
stupid question, if you connect your computer directly via USB does it do the same ?
i've also had a few problems with my LCD but it was more random errors that recursives ones
do you know the youtube chanel Tech2C ? He has been creating a new 3d printer
Why do it the easy way ? Too easy XD
hav you tried to just heat up the bed manually ?
if yes and it doesn't work try to go watch on the reprap board if everything is well connected
It looks way to regular to be an communication problem imo
could also be some kind of resonance thing from somewhere or just something with the...
maybe a few pictures could help understanding the reasons behind all this
i also went with cheap filament and it causes other problems but not this one
anny photos of the finished product ?
If i remember correctly there a hand held extension to the dremel that is quite light weight might work with very slow speeds and stuff (do not...
the thing that came out is called the thermistor. It is the temperature sensor of the hot end. just try to not touch it to mutch with your bare...
from memory the white is + and blue is -. But you can always try one way and if doesn't light up then just sich polarities
add a few top layers. A good rule of thumb is about 1 to 1.2mm on the top. Look into your settings.
There are a lots of variables so feel free...
you are welcome. I really enjoy this forum too.
looking forward to seeing your prints on day :D
@cdsl810 i agree with you. What I do is just put the filament close to the hobbed bolt and then turn it by hand it also work most of the time for...
woo. Nice one man an great tutorial
nice modelling man. I eagerly whait to see the finished product :D