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Solved Robo3d R1+ under extruding

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  1. gobblinfool

    gobblinfool Member

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    ok guys, been having issues with my prints gapping and making spaghetti and just garbage. I found by measuring marks made on the filament that it is underextruding. When I extrude 100mm it will only extrude about 75mm. And i have tried higher temps, tightening and loosening the spring tensioners for the hobbled bolt and got not change.

    What could be causing this and is there a fix?
     
  2. Toro1966

    Toro1966 Active Member

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    Has this always done this or is it new? Have you calibrated the extruder steps/mm?
    Try this:
     
  3. gobblinfool

    gobblinfool Member

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    that's the exact video I'm doing right now.. no it used to be great but now it's always just bad

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  4. Toro1966

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    Let us know how the calibration goes or if you have any questions.
     
  5. gobblinfool

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    ended up converting over to the e3d v6.. pretty much printed on the first shot.. printing out a t Rex skull at the moment.. does support way nice than the stock robo extruder uploadfromtaptalk1474540116703.jpg uploadfromtaptalk1474540122677.jpg

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  6. Geof

    Geof Volunteer Moderator
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    Glad to see it up and running ! Print looks great! Good job
     
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