I´ve had this problems a few times now. But mostly on large Prints.
it suddenly changes from normal to this.
If i unplug the display on the Motherboard and plug it in again it its normal again for a few minutes, and then it gets weird again
Does someone of you have the same Problem? let me know.
and does someone have a solution for this?
this keeps happening on the back faces of my prints. it looks like the infill bleeding through but no matter the settings of overlap. the larger surface area picture shows the artifact while the other shows the opposite face of the print. any suggestions would be appreciated.
I know this is the wrong group but many of you are into Arduino stuff
First of all I do not know anything about an Oscilloscope, and I am a Arduino hobbyist. But I think that I should own a scope, and I don’t want to spend a boat load of money for one. The used ones I have seen are analog most do not have probes. I have also seen new small ones for $50.00 or less. What do you all recommend for my hobby I am not big into electronics just an Arduino hobbyist. I guess I just need an easy to use basic scope.
So, I am getting ready to order the materials to upgrade my frame and I noticed on one of the comments that they frame for Y should be 364mm not 340mm. Anything else anyone knows that in the instructions that should be some other masurement on the frame? I want to order correctly
I've been trying to get TPU to print a specific print for about a week now with over 30 failed prints. I've been trying to print the base for a square block however the print will almost always fail at the end of the first layer when the travel moves are the longest and the extruder is stopped. The result after this will be severe under/no extrusion and the idler bearing in my extruder will stop spinning where it would go faster and slower before.
I've tried everything I can think of and I've thought I'd found the right settings to make it work 2 or 3 times but whenever I repeated the print it would fail in the exact same way. My settings are as follows:
30mm/s for all settings other than travel
I've tried different temperatures, both higher and lower, different flow rates and different speeds. I have also tried shortening my bowden to see if that was the problem however this only seemed to work for the first print after the change.
I have a Chimera clone dual extruder and it prints perfectly with PLA.
Any help will be much appreciated, I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure it out.