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N1 problem

Postby jpson67 » Fri Aug 07, 2020 2:35 pm

Do not know what is wrong, but after a while of printing, filaments stop coming, use PLA and 215/60, is it heat creeping or what, are orginal fans so bad for cooling, or flowrate to high(100%) i've done bedlevling with the 0,2 feeler gauge, any ideas?
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Re: N1 problem

Postby jpson67 » Sun Aug 09, 2020 10:13 am

No one

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Re: N1 problem end PRO 2

Postby Michal80 » Sun Aug 09, 2020 3:29 pm

I have exactly the same problem on PRO 2. PLA filaments get blocked randomly, only PLA. ABS, PETG print without problems. I replaced all the fans, new nozzles, heating blocks, tubes with no effect. My Raise doesn't print from PLA :(. I'm out of ideas. What could be the reason?
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Re: N1 problem

Postby ccclarke » Sun Aug 09, 2020 7:07 pm

jpson67 wrote:No one


You make no mention of what brand of filament; template used; whether you have successfully printed with this in the past, or the type of nozzle being used.

There are many causes for filament jams resulting in air printing.

It's kind of hard to diagnose a problem with so little information given.
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Re: N1 problem

Postby Michal80 » Sun Aug 09, 2020 7:31 pm

Default settings printed on each PLA template, 0.4 nozzle. Filament producer Finnotech, Raise, Print me, Devil desing for every problem, this was not the case before. The problem suddenly appeared and continues. Unfortunately.

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Re: N1 problem

Postby jpson67 » Mon Aug 10, 2020 6:07 am

I use filament from Prima select series, but i think the coolingfan is to small, not enouge airflow, so it generates heat creep, now i managed in one print, and i change the infillspeed to the same as printspeed default settingas are at standard 50mm/s and also changed flowrate under the advanced tab(Override filament settings flowrate).

https://www.3dprima.com/se/filament/pla ... -1/?aoff=s

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Re: N1 problem

Postby jpson67 » Mon Aug 10, 2020 6:14 am

If a printer is sold for the whole world, you can not expect not to be able to use others filament brands
This nozzle i use:
https://www.3dprima.com/se/delar/reserv ... m/a-22178/

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Re: N1 problem

Postby ccclarke » Mon Aug 10, 2020 8:10 pm

jpson67 wrote:I use filament from Prima select series, but i think the coolingfan is to small, not enouge airflow, so it generates heat creep, now i managed in one print, and i change the infillspeed to the same as printspeed default settingas are at standard 50mm/s and also changed flowrate under the advanced tab(Override filament settings flowrate).

https://www.3dprima.com/se/filament/pla ... -1/?aoff=s


Not all PLA filament is equal. Try another brand of PLA that is on the Raise3D Approved Filament List. (I don't see Prima Select on it.) Use a standard template and troubleshoot from there if you still experience problems. These filaments have been extensively tested using the same hardware you're using to ensure success.

We run our (2) printers almost 24/7 at work using Raise3D Premium PLA with very few problems. Every time we use a filament that is not on the Approved Filament List, we start having jamming problems. Sometimes they can be overcome by modifying the printer settings, but in cases where we need PLA parts, the approved filament is the most reliable.
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Re: N1 problem

Postby Vicky@Raise3D » Tue Aug 11, 2020 2:12 am

Would you like to share some pictures of your hotends and side cooling fans?
We want to confirm it's not a hardware issue first.

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Re: N1 problem

Postby jpson67 » Tue Aug 11, 2020 10:03 am

Ok
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Re: N1 problem

Postby jpson67 » Tue Aug 11, 2020 10:23 am

ccclarke wrote:
jpson67 wrote:I use filament from Prima select series, but i think the coolingfan is to small, not enouge airflow, so it generates heat creep, now i managed in one print, and i change the infillspeed to the same as printspeed default settingas are at standard 50mm/s and also changed flowrate under the advanced tab(Override filament settings flowrate).

https://www.3dprima.com/se/filament/pla ... -1/?aoff=s


Not all PLA filament is equal. Try another brand of PLA that is on the Raise3D Approved Filament List. (I don't see Prima Select on it.) Use a standard template and troubleshoot from there if you still experience problems. These filaments have been extensively tested using the same hardware you're using to ensure success.

We run our (2) printers almost 24/7 at work using Raise3D Premium PLA with very few problems. Every time we use a filament that is not on the Approved Filament List, we start having jamming problems. Sometimes they can be overcome by modifying the printer settings, but in cases where we need PLA parts, the approved filament is the most reliable.


Maybe Raise3D should try Prima filament, becuse they are big here in europe.

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Re: N1 problem

Postby ccclarke » Tue Aug 11, 2020 6:34 pm

Until they do, you're pretty much dependent on Raise3D compatibility-assured filaments unless you have the time, patience, and expertise to create a template for your chosen filament, --regardless of its popularity.
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Re: N1 problem

Postby Michal80 » Tue Aug 11, 2020 8:23 pm

The problem seems to be resolved for me. I installed ideamaker again, 5 prints from PLA no problem. I can not explain that. I will test it on a few more prints.

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Re: N1 problem

Postby Vicky@Raise3D » Wed Aug 12, 2020 2:34 am

The print in your image looks not bad.
Is the material jamming or just having extrusion issues when it gets to a certian height? Also, is it only with this specific material that the issues occurs?

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Re: N1 problem

Postby jpson67 » Sun Aug 16, 2020 1:06 pm

My last prints i have tested to lower the infill speed, standard setting is 60mm/s for infill, and printing speed is 50mm/s. Now i print6 with 60mm/s and infill peed decresed to 50mm/s, it seems to helped for now at least


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