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    Filament is getting stock in the nozzle

    Hi, i have a problem with my Colido d1315

    When i have printet in some time the filament are getting stock in the nozzle.

    I can fix it so the filament can her trough again but it will just get stock again after a hour or so.

    I dont know what to do because it ruin my printes totalt.

    So if you help anyway i Will be verry happy☺️
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    #2
    Clean your nozzle, put a dust wipe on your incoming filament, make sure your filament is not getting stuck on the spool and the spool freely rolls. Also, maybe monitor your extruder temp when it gets close to that level to see if it is cutting out from a loose wire? I dont know what hot end you have, but if it is a cheep one, the PTFE Tube might not be the proper length which can cause back pressure (but that usually affects it sooner than that). Is your computer trying to enter sleep or powersave mode at the same time?

    All I can think of offhand, but then again, I am no expert

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      #3
      Hi Ejnar, why don't you just change the nozzle to check if it's really the nozzle problem. It could be the temperature as Willy mentioned.

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        #4
        Maybe you have the wrong temperature set. I do not know your printer, but anyway what I do is the following: I warm the nozzle with the menu of my printer to the temperature that you want to print. the I move the extrusor manually. The filament has to melt and flow properly, without to much resistance. Each filament is different to other filament. Even if it is the same manufacturer, same material and different color. So the printer working temperature could be different. My recommendation is to make a test with different temperature (at the end of the comment a link). Normally the filament work in a range of temperature. To high and the filament can also work in a bad way and to cold and the filament could melt, but not in a confidence way (You must think that the filament is not homogenous, maybe a the begin can melt, but few meters later need more temperature. I prefer (and I am not an expert) to set a temperature that is close the highest temperature work range, than a coldest temperature working range. How do you know what is the correct temperature for your filament (and your printer, with the temperature measure of your printer, and the hot end of your printer that could be different from the same items used by the manufacturer of filament used for his test)? then look this video. I found it great. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSOPsRiiOZk

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          #5
          Thanks for All the help. I have Find out that it just was the filament getting stock on the spool. Thanks for every suggestions. And spciel thanks to Willy to solve my problem. ☺️
          Last edited by Ejnar; 03-24-2019, 07:36 PM.

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