This started suddenly during the middle of the print (which stopped dead at that point). The screen says the nozzle is at 264-265 degrees and the nozzle is room temp and won't heat. I figured the thermistor must have blown so I shut it down and replaced both the thermistor and the heater but it still says it is at 264-265. Any thoughts on what could be causing this?
Hiya peeps! I have a question for you all. who here has a magnetic bed? Did you make your own if so how did you make it? I have 12 options but I'm trying to decide which way to go.
it says it can handle 80 degrees, but out of curiosity will doubling up the magnetic sheet increase its heat resistance?
or this route:
I woud prefer the first option since i like to print with PETG a 75 degree bed.
What do you all think?
Been having some problems with my extruder for my cr10 so I ordered this replacement from creality: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CKQRT89/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_VF0CBb456WPHZ
Now I installed it and securely soldered the connections and now when I preheat it the temp rises past the desired 195 to 230(or probably past as it starts smoking and emits a foul odor) so I turn off as to not damage the parts. Im at a loss, is this not the right part? Could it be a faulty connection? It displayed the temp rising so I I can only assume itd actually shooting past the 195 mark.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
I was trying to make sure that my x axis was level. I printed off 2 brackets so I could level the x axis and I noticed it was off by a good deal. I was checking the rollers and what i show in the video is what I found. The roller is very loose I tried tightening it but nothing worked any suggestions? Thanks
When Z-axis is at home (+/- 0), and I move it 1mm (printer menu or OctoPrint), it only moves 0.5mm. From then on, it always moves 1mm, i.e. on 10 my caliper shows 9,5mm, on 20 it´s 19,5 and so on.
First Idea was to ensure Z-axis does move equally on both sides. After a bit fine tuning all fine, no matter if I f.e. move to 30 then down to 20 -> 19,5 and move to 10 then move to 20 -> 19,5, values taken right side of x axis .
Also checked the limit switch and coupling, all fine.
Then I installed Marlin 1.1.6, and had a look on jerk and acceleration speed. Even with half the values, the problem persists.
To check if it is a software problem,I moved the z-axis to ~50mm, then let him move to auto home. When at ~30mm, i pressed the limit switch two times. Moving from there +10mm up, he moved exactly 10mm.