I'm quite new to Raise3D forum and 3D printing in generell. My motivation to buy the great and loved printer Raise3D Pro2 Plus was, to build functional parts. I'm using the printer since August 2020 and could already build some very nice parts in PLA and ABS-S.
Why I bought PA6 CF15:
Two weeks ago I had to have a high temperature filament, since I'm currently working on some vehicle heater tube adapters, where I have to deal with operation temperature of around 120°C (about 250°F). That's why I was asking my printer dealer for a filament like Raise3D PA12 CF (https://www.raise3d.com/filaments/nylon-12-cf/). The dealer suggested me, to buy Spectrum PA6 CF15 (https://en.spectrumfilaments.com/PA6-CF ... g-153.html) instead and promised me to deliver a printer profile for my Pro2 Plus. The profile I got was a Taulman3D Alloy 910 based profile, but unfortunately, I couldn't get it working till now and the dealer suggestions are not helping me to solve the issue in useful manner.
That's why I'm here with my questions and I hope, to learn a lot and get back to production soon (currently I'm delayed in my project due to the issues).
Configuration for the current project:
- Raise3D Pro2 Plus
- 3dSolex Raise3D Everlast Rubin Nozzle 0.60mm Pro2
- Filament tryed and directly feeded out of the dryer into the printer (Eureka ADL-3D77)
- Filament: Spectrum PA6 CF15 (https://en.spectrumfilaments.com/PA6-CF ... g-153.html)
- Exchanged the original feeding hoses to PTFE hoses, to reduce the resistance due to the quite long feeding way of about 150cm (60 inch)
- Glue: Magigoo Pro PA / Nylon => works very fine on the original heating platform
My issue is, that the filament feeding stops randomly while printing. I even couldn't print short prints without reloading the filament or aborting the print. And of course, reloading filament results in gabs in the print, but it was a try to get at least one print to the end (honeycomb adapter).
I tried to print one of my own parts (honeycomb adapter) and also a test cube from Thingiverse (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1278865/files) with this filament.
Test print honeycomb adapter
- Used a Taulman3D Alloy 910 based profile, which I got from the dealer
Test print XYZ 20mm Calibration Cube
- Used a Taulman3D Alloy 910 based profile, which I got from the dealer, adjusted print bed temperature to 80°C and print head to 240°C
I probably try an other profile as NylonX form MatterHackers, till Spectrum is hopefully delivering a profile for Pro2.
Any suggestions to get this filament working? What would you do?