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by DomingosRodrigues
23 Dec 2019, 12:54
Forum: B2X300
Topic: MINTEMP BED PRINTER HALTED PLEASE RESET
Replies: 1
Views: 365

Re: MINTEMP BED PRINTER HALTED PLEASE RESET

Hello Thelaunster, That issue is usually caused by either an incorrect bed PID callibration, it can happen as the printer has been pre-tuned to work at 20ºC ambient with a bed temperature of 60ºC and lower or higher ambient temperatures or very high bed temperatures and air flowing on the bed can ca...
by DomingosRodrigues
23 Dec 2019, 12:43
Forum: B2X300
Topic: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load
Replies: 8
Views: 1474

Re: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load

Hello Florbela,

No wories :).

Yes that is it.

Best regards
Domingos Rodrigues
by DomingosRodrigues
23 Dec 2019, 12:42
Forum: B2X300
Topic: [FIXED] X Stepper Driver NOK - EC51
Replies: 17
Views: 1922

Re: X Stepper Driver NOK - EC51

Hello TheDorus, The most likely culprit if you tested the procedures I suggested is a deffective motherboard that cant communicate with the X stepper driver. You can skip the self test wizard by sending the commenda "M721" when the printer is booting. Although that wont fix the X driver problem. Ple...
by DomingosRodrigues
20 Dec 2019, 15:51
Forum: BEETHEFIRST
Topic: Bed drop down alone after 5-10min of printing alone....
Replies: 1
Views: 346

Re: Bed drop down alone after 5-10min of printing alone....

Hello Hazuka, The problem you describe is most likely due to a Z axis stepper driver failure, most likely due to overheating, you will need to either: - Send the printer for repair, the best option as it ensures everything will work corretly and you will keep your waranty. - Buy a power unit and rep...
by DomingosRodrigues
19 Dec 2019, 13:41
Forum: B2X300
Topic: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load
Replies: 8
Views: 1474

Re: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load

Hello Florbela, One more idea that might help you with this issue, you should perform a Cold pull to clean the printers nozzle prior to using TPU as it is very sensitive to mixing with other materials and can cause both the extrusion issues you have and the bubling you mentioned. The "Cold pull" pro...
by DomingosRodrigues
18 Dec 2019, 18:12
Forum: B2X300
Topic: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load
Replies: 8
Views: 1474

Re: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load

Hello Florbela, That is the correct profile for TPU. You should not change the filament type in cura a our profiles already include all the needed information. What brand of TPU are you using? If there is bubling during the print usually it means one of two things, either the filament has absorved a...
by DomingosRodrigues
17 Dec 2019, 12:32
Forum: B2X300
Topic: Is Bed leveling not working for anyone else?
Replies: 10
Views: 2479

Re: Is Bed leveling not working for anyone else?

Hello Max, The autocalibration module measure and corrects the bed curvature but as it does not measure exactly in the same XY where the nozzle is if there is a lack of squareness between the X and Y planes the measured plane will have a slight mismatch with the place the nozzle is printing. Usually...
by DomingosRodrigues
17 Dec 2019, 12:24
Forum: B2X300
Topic: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load
Replies: 8
Views: 1474

Re: TPU flex filament slipping during Auto Load

Hello Florbela, My bad I did not give you the whole information on the previous post. The TPU filament due to its flexibility should be manually loaded and then extruded using the manual extrusion option (at PETG temp). Auto load can grind the filament deppending on the brand of TPU. What profile ar...
by DomingosRodrigues
17 Dec 2019, 12:21
Forum: B2X300
Topic: Vibrating lead screws
Replies: 7
Views: 827

Re: Vibrating lead screws

Hello Max,

It is better that you send an email to be able to activate the waranty.

Glad to help

Best Regards
Domingos Rodrigues
by DomingosRodrigues
12 Dec 2019, 16:48
Forum: B2X300
Topic: Vibrating lead screws
Replies: 7
Views: 827

Re: Vibrating lead screws

Hello Max, The procedure is as follows: 1- Remove the extruder cabling from the black cable wrap exposing the inner wires 2- Carefully cut the white heatshrink near the extruder block that hold all cables together 3- Using a hex 2.5mm screwdriver untighten the two screws above the blower fan (they h...