I am new in the 3D printing world and as I am doing my first printings I still need some advices from more skilled people!
The problem I have is that my printer will always stop at the same point because the filament gets stuck and winds up the motor of the extruder! Furthermore I cant get very nice printings, they are all brittle!
In the picture I uploaded you can see my printing (right) and a previous printing from the person that was working with the printer before me!
I think the problem is with noth enough filament coming out and therefore it gets then stuck in the motor wheel!
Can someone help me telling which settings i should change insimplify3D?
Thank you very much,
Dear Montalbetti Fausta,
If you would be so kind as to tell me what type of 3D printer you own I will help you get better results.
Also if you could send me the factory file of a print you want to make so I can have a look at the print settings I would really appreciate it.
I have the same problem with severalprints. The first 2-3mm the printer works properly, but after that I have the same result as the pictures above.
My printer is a leapfrog creatr HS.µ
try this: measure exact filament diameter and use correct value
do not use cooling fan
Print settings in the Creatr Software can be directly updated in under 'print'.
The latest Simplify 3D profiles can be downloaded using the following links:
Bolt - Simplify3D settings
Bolt Pro - Simplify3D settings
To use the profiles, choose File, then Import FFF Profile and be sure to select the correct profile in your process. You can also watch this video.
Request more information on the Bolt (Pro) firmware and how to update this via the Ticket System
Bolt Pro Firmware