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ATOM 3D Printer Group 造訪社團 » EMS

原文網址 廖新弘
2020-03-02 21:45:19

相信很多人在其他FB社團看過這個檔案,還是再轉貼一下給些不知道的人。 https://fab365.net/items/181?fbclid=IwAR0KQxWpenE58I3BDtqXtiP57TWfEsHOE-G9jmAJwHopae02-qH4zgFP_Ic


原文網址 Tobey Tamber
2019-12-17 12:34:38

Hi all, sorry to bother you with more problems. Things printed well for a long time, then I ran into a problem. The temperature moves up to 200 and stops heating, and the print won't start. It stays at the temperature in the first picture. I tried changing Max temp (to 200, from 210) with no success. I checked the FAQ for hotend problems and that suggested pronterface. Can't connect the printer to pronterface, and get the error shown in the 2nd picture.

I cooled down, then restarted the printer. It worked once, then the next print had the same issues. Now I can't get it to print even after several restarts.

Any ideas? It's time for Christmas printing.

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Joe Abaquin Bing Aquino
2019-12-17 12:47:30

That happen to me a month ago and it will get worst to a time will say
“ERROR: MAXTEMP”.

I did my research and I obviously asked Atom support. Here are the first thing to do...
1. Check connection
2. Check if “heat-disc” is damaged And check the wiring for any crimp or little cuts.
3. Check connection in board. Unplug and check if solder is damaged, even behind the board must check for damaged solder.
4. If all of above has been done and still no luck. You may need to change the thermal resistor in the cooler block or the heat disc. And wrap it some kapton tape around the cooler block to prevent heat escape.
Good luck!

Tobey Tamber
2019-12-17 13:11:35

I was touching the wires above the fans and one was very hot. When I lifted them, the temperature started to rise and it worked! It seems the wires must have been blocking the airflow, and not letting it heat the last 5 degrees
Repositioning the wires got it started!

Tobey Tamber
2019-12-17 13:11:38

Thanks!

黃俊傑
2019-12-17 13:16:13

Try to use your finger to stop the back fan first.
If the temp can sucessfully reach to 210 degree C after the fan stops, please use PTFE tape to wrap the nozzle.
It can prevent the Thermistor from the fan air.

it should be able to fix the problem.

Tobey Tamber
2019-12-17 13:22:38

Thanks!


原文網址 Birk Binnard
2019-10-08 00:04:47

Which board to replace Atom2 motherboard? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079GRJH6V/?coliid=IOK5PZSZ01706&colid=1CNC7HMGS7HXU&psc=1 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DFFNF1L/?coliid=I2QXEX8QOG284O&colid=1CNC7HMGS7HXU&psc=1 Both look like they could do the job. First one has no stepper drivers, but I have 2 Atom2 boards I can pull the drivers from. Second one has A4988 drivers on the motherboard which seems like a better idea. BOth are a different shape from the Atom board, so I'll have to drill some new mounting holes - not a big deal. 翻譯年糕

陳永慶
2019-10-08 00:17:41

I’m waiting for Duet2 to upgrade my Atom2.5ex, also want to try the smart effector.

Gbb Technics
2019-11-20 06:15:06

Why not switch to 32bits motherboard ?


原文網址 Birk Binnard
2019-06-27 12:03:32

SphereLamp1 STL file and more info is here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3715901 https://pinshape.com/items/53353-3d-printed-spherelamp1 翻譯年糕

Jerry Shan
2019-06-29 00:30:55

XD


原文網址 Birk Binnard
2019-06-19 08:12:31

Stringtest3 Thanks to Yinka Alade for providing me some pointers on how to set my slicer to eliminate stringing. To test his values I made this test part based on the design for Cactus1 that I published a week ago. The STL file and more info about this part is here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3699949 https://pinshape.com/items/53184-3d-printed-stringtest3 For this print I used Prusa-Slicer with the following settings: Retraction = 5 mm Retraction Speed = 100 mm.sec Nozzle Temperature - 190 First Layer Temperature = 210 Wipe Enabled I only print PLA so I have no idea what settings would work for other materials. But this test prints in only 7 minutes so it would be easy to use it to check the settings for other filament types. 翻譯年糕

Yinka Alade
2019-06-26 11:08:20

Nice! I still haven't tested that print but that came out well