printer problem

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Michele@85
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printer problem

Postby Michele@85 » Tue Jun 22, 2021 3:34 pm

hallo everyone, what's the problem in your opinion?
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Steven@Raise3D
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Re: printer problem

Postby Steven@Raise3D » Thu Jun 24, 2021 11:51 pm

Michele@85 wrote:hallo everyone, what's the problem in your opinion?


Based on the image it looks like the machine encountered a serial error. Would you be able to provide an image of the exact error that appeared on the screen?

Areba21
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Re: printer problem

Postby Areba21 » Sun Jul 11, 2021 5:21 pm

The most common mistake is that there is an electrical or power problem. Many people don't use a powerful enough power brick, causing the power to sag below what the Pi requires, resulting in a "brown out." As a result of a lack of power, strange things occur. This can be solved by using a power supply designed for the Raspberry Pi. This appears to be the most common Rasp Pi problem.

Another issue is that stepper motors can produce significant electromagnetic emissions, which can be transmitted to the USB via air or through the electrical connections to the Octoprint server.
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Re: printer problem

Postby TaterMay » Thu Jul 15, 2021 1:19 pm

Areba21 wrote:The most common mistake is that there is an electrical or power problem. Many people don't use a powerful enough power brick, causing the power to sag below what the Pi requires, resulting in a "brown out." As a result of a lack of power, strange things occur. This can be solved by using a power supply designed for the Raspberry Pi. This appears to be the most common Rasp Pi problem.

Another issue is that stepper motors can produce significant electromagnetic emissions, which can be transmitted to the USB via air or through the electrical connections to the Octoprint server.


How do you know she is using a Raspberry Pi? I know some are on this forum purely for the software, but I would think most users here are using a Raise3D printer.

*Actually, you can see from her screenshot that she is using an N2 Plus. So none of this Raspberry Pi info is relevant. The N2 uses an internal PSU as well, so this is definitely not related to her issues.


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