Had some problems yesterday. Didn't know what to make of it.
Printed another model today. And it failed really good.
Printed from latest idea maker version.
Model rotated and downscaled in ideamaker.
The print isn't centered on the build plate.
A few centimetres of the print, at the right edge, gets printed in one big pile.
The nozzle hit the pile and broke it of.
The print was shifted on the printed after that.
I stoped the print.
Homed the printhead.
Started the print again.
This is the file in ideamaker;
Here is the failed print:
Here is yesterdays failed print.
Notice the pile up as well. In the exact same place both times. Seams to consistent to be a temperature or filament issue.
The strange her is that the print fit on the printbed. Although not centered there it should have been. And its not the first raft layer that is failing. Its the last.
Seams like the printer is losing its coordinates or something.
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And the solution: don't be stupid! I checked all my settings. And I had chosen the wrong printer. I hade selected the N2 and not the N1. . Started a new print and now it seems to work. Sorry for taking up your time.
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