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X & Y axis issues

Discussion in 'Mods and Upgrades' started by joshua cheers, Aug 20, 2018.

  1. joshua cheers

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    #1 joshua cheers, Aug 20, 2018
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    How are you printing (from a PC or from an SD card)?
    Does it recover at some point or continues doing this?
     
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    Printing from computer, it doesn’t recover just stays like this and makes a mess of the print that’s already on the bed
     
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    Try printing from the SD card and see if it continues, you can still launch the print and monitor it from the PC but that eliminates USB communications problems.
     
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    I tried to print the off the sd card using the same firmware, same issue no indications to state a fault.
    the printer was working great until yesterday when i changed firmware to switch over to the titan extruders.
     
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    Well there is a rather important chunk of data you should have started with.
    Not sure that I have any advice to offer since I don't use that extruder and can't really address issues with that.
    Rolling back to the original / stock firmware would be a test to see if it changes back to the original behavior or not.
    Eliminate that as a contender.
     

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