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For new users, we do not suggest adjusting the parameter during printing. For advanced users, you can push the knob to select “Control” to adjust the Nozzle or Bed temperature and printing speed during printing.
Refer to chapters 6.2~6.4 in user manual. Print one of the test files on SD Card supplied with printer.
The Repetier-Host software of the printer has standard settings for selecting to use directly.
After converting the STL file to a GCO file in the Repetier-Host software, customers can see the needed filament usage (Length) of printing the object at the end of the g-code command or “Show in Log”. Customers can evaluate whether the actual filament length is enough to meet the needed filament length.
You can refer to chapter 6.5.1 in user manual. Once the nozzle has reached the setting temperature, please press the printer head arm and at the same time pull on the filament to extract it from the nozzle.
Refer to the label on the printer. Clean the nozzle using the long allen key in the accessory pack.
Remove the filament from the printer head (refer to chapter 6.5.1 in user manual), cut the filament tip flat, and re-load it into the printer head. Make sure that the filament is properly inserted into the nozzle receiving port (for guidance on how to do this, please refer to chapter 5.8 in the user manual).
This issue may be because the filament is not properly inserted into the nozzle. Please unload the filament, cut the end of the filament flat, and re-load it into the printer head (for guidance on how to do this, please refer to chapter 5.8 in the user manual).
If the issue is not resolved after completing the above, it may be caused by a short length of the filament blocked in the nozzle from the last time the printer was used. Please refer to chapter 6.5.1 in the user manual. Allow the nozzle to heat up and load new filament into the machine – this should push the blocked filament out.
Please wait a few minutes for the platform and your 3D creation to cool down, then remove the 3D print. If the 3D print is still stuck to the platform, carefully remove by sliding a thin sheet of metal between the 3D print and the platform.
Please check if the files saved on the SD card are in .GCO format. If the file is not .GCO format, please convert it to .GCO format through Repetier-Host software. (For guidance on how to do this, please refer to chapter 7.3 in the user manual.)
Refer to chapter 5.10 in the user manual. Ensure the printer is connected to a computer with the cable and turn on. Refer to chapter 7.2 in user manual; ensure the selections of the COM port in the printer settings are right.
When loading an STL file to Repetier software, the object will be shown all in red in the 3D view window; this means that the file can be sliced. If the object shows some red and some green, it means the object has an unclosed line or surface and cannot be sliced. If the object is shown in blue, it means the object is not in the printing area correctly or is exceeding the printing area.
If you do not use the the filament for a long time, keep your filament spool or cartridge in a closed plastic bag to avoid the filament absorbing the moisture in the air.
Yes, much like a standard printer, you can set the printer to print a draft copy so you can see the size and scale. You use much less filament this way.
Yes you can if you have created the file. If you haven’t created the file, please check the licence.