the temperature of the motors overheat the extruder unit

WgnMn
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Re: the temperature of the motors overheat the extruder unit

Postby WgnMn » Thu Nov 01, 2018 9:28 pm

Vicky@Raise3D wrote:As far as we tested the extruder of Pro2 until now, even the extruder motor is running with heat, as gear inside is made by plastic. The heat should can be transferred very limited and hardly between plastic.
If you have some other findings, please let us know.
Thanks a lot!


Vicky@Raise3D

I came here looking for answers to whether I should buy one of your printers.
You aren't being very helpful.

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Re: the temperature of the motors overheat the extruder unit

Postby Vicky@Raise3D » Fri Nov 02, 2018 9:42 pm

WgnMn wrote:
Vicky@Raise3D wrote:As far as we tested the extruder of Pro2 until now, even the extruder motor is running with heat, as gear inside is made by plastic. The heat should can be transferred very limited and hardly between plastic.
If you have some other findings, please let us know.
Thanks a lot!


Vicky@Raise3D

I came here looking for answers to whether I should buy one of your printers.
You aren't being very helpful.


We have released a new version of firmware this week, which is now including an option to set extruder motor work with low current to reduce the affect of heat from motor to filament.


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