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Thurman Retraction Test  

By Thurman, 6 days ago

Printing Thin Walls
  Hello Luke, Dave, Pablo, I did download the Retraction Test for both my Longer LK4 and the Creality Ender 3 and both did good printing. Attachment:A2185F0D-806F-4592-9A19-1C96771292EC.jpeg Attachm...
Thurman Clogged Nozzle  

By Thurman, 6 days ago

Clogged nozzle
  Hello Stephon L., Pablo, Sandy, Dave…I had been trying to print with the Longer LK4 but nothing came out but black thin layers that was not the white filament that I had loaded up in the printer. So I...
Luke RE: Next time I shall pay more attention to supports  

By Luke, 1 week ago

Failed Prints
  Hi George, This print would make great practice for learning how to recover prints since aside from the misplaced hind legs it looks like a successful print otherwise 🙂 . You could try breakin...
Luke RE: Failed print - ended with pile of spaghetti-like extrusion  

By Luke, 1 week ago

Extruder Issues
  @darloe If you're printing right at the edge of the bed, that will also contribute to the problem you're having. The bed temperature sensor is located in the center of the bed. The heating elements ar...
GeorgeB Next time I shall pay more attention to supports  

By GeorgeB, 1 week ago

Failed Prints
  Started a 28hr print which in part, failed overnight. I stopped the print in the morning. the rear leg had broken away at raft level. in the below image the chest supports have already been removed. ...
darloe RE: Failed print - ended with pile of spaghetti-like extrusion  

By darloe, 1 week ago

Extruder Issues
  Thanks for your recommendations on print speeds and layer heights/nozzle sizes. I'll slow it down and see what difference that makes. As far as bed adhesion goes, I am not very keen on using rafts be...
Luke RE: Why does it keep filling the hollow section?  

By Luke, 1 week ago

General discussion
  Hi George, Welcome to the community! Under the "advanced" tab, make sure that "merge all outlines into a single solid model" is not ticked. If that doesn't fix it, could you please attach either - A) ...
Luke RE: Failed print - ended with pile of spaghetti-like extrusion  

By Luke, 1 week ago

Extruder Issues
  Your print speed seems quite high for PETG. In my experience for best results PLA should print at 60-75mm/s and PETG at 50-60mm/s. You're getting very close to your extruder's limit at a layer height ...
GeorgeB Why does it keep filling the hollow section?  

By GeorgeB, 1 week ago

General discussion
  Hi All, I am trying to print a cross with a hollow internal section but cant seem to get there. Sections through the 3D model shows the hollow section and the hole. Attachment:image.png Attachment:...
GeorgeB Simple Pi Holder /slide in case  

By GeorgeB, 1 week ago

What project are you working on?
  Ender 6 with CC3D Blue Silk 210C HE & 60C Bed 0.16 resolution @ 100mm/s 100% infill and no supports 4hr over night print Attachment:IMG_20211016_090204.jpg Attachment:IMG_20211016_090033.jpg ...
darloe RE: Failed print - ended with pile of spaghetti-like extrusion  

By darloe, 1 week ago

Extruder Issues
  Here's my gcode file for your review. I'm printing with PETG. Attachment:Bottom Tray partial.gcode
Luke RE: Failed print - ended with pile of spaghetti-like extrusion  

By Luke, 1 week ago

Extruder Issues
  Hi Darloe, Welcome to the community! From your description it sounds like the print separating from the bed. Once it separates a little and becomes "wobbly" you'll start to see layer shifts and eventu...
Pablo RE: New Print  

By Pablo, 1 week ago

General discussion
  Hi Thurman! Were you able to find the missing bolts? Otherwise, I recommend you not use the printer until you find the replacement. If possible, try to locate the vendor printer, reclaiming those miss...
Pablo RE: Leveling bed  

By Pablo, 1 week ago

General discussion
  Hi Thurman! I am back… 😀 If you don’t mind, we can continue this topic in the one I replied earlier ( since it is the same issue and we can both keep track of it. Kind regards, Pablo
GeorgeB My successful prints  

By GeorgeB, 1 week ago

Show us your print
  Hare, Kitty and Puppy in LtR order of print. When the Hare was done I was ecstatic 🙂 Attachment:IMG_20211014_191126.jpg Clockwork Toaster. Some stringing but considering how long it took to print I ...
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