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glitch

by monopriceman

I try to preheat my printer and both extruder and bed refuse to heat up, checked every wire connection but it refuses to work. I have turned it on/off unplugged the sd etc... Help me i hate this damn printer!

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Bed won't heat up.

by Jay1224

I have the select mini V2, it is brand new and has worked well for 2 days. It started not working after I finished a print and took it off of the print bed. It still shows the temperature of the bed and it changes by a few degrees every few seconds. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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Help getting filament THRU the extruder!!!

by Toolman12345

Okay guys, what the heck can I do differently when feeding a new filament into the extruder?? I usually spend frustrating minutes pushing and pushing filament, seemingly against a brick wall, before finally getting it into the bowden tube. I try gently bending the filament every which way but no one way seems to work. Every search for filament guide just gives me guides leading up TO the extruder, not in the middle of it. Please share if you've been here done this and know what to do?

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Can't get small details to print.

by Toolman12345

Hey guys, me again. So I came across this AMAZING print, the character named Mondoshawan from The Fifth Element. The model some guy slaved over and made available online is truly a work of art. And a bunch of guys online have printed stunning examples of it. Of course, we with the Monoprice Select Mini are much more limited in size, so I simply printed it as big as I could. Most of the body looked amazing, but when it came to the hands, and a bunch of very small-in-diameter protrusions at the top, they just came out horrible. I printed these arms&hands at Ultra Fine in Cura, aka 0.04375mm, at 30mm in speed, and here's what they look like. I didn't take a picture of the protrusions at the top of the model, but they all simply looked like this, incredibly rough and crappy looking. Is there some basic premise that I'm missing, please?? Oh, I was printing with Silk Copper, Sunlu, at 220, and at 200, both temps came out the same.

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1 quick question about Octoprint.

by Toolman12345

If you're running everything on a Raspberry Pi via Octoprint, does that mean you don't have to use the awful dial on the Monoprice Mini Select to preheat, etc?? Can EVERYTHING be done via Octoprint?

monoprice_select_mini Octoprint
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