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    i use my fingers.

    No idea on the probe - never had one :-)
    Last edited by curious aardvark; 01-10-2019 at 06:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David72 View Post
    I have dumb question, with what do you remove it? I used a small screwdriver and smeared the PLA all over the hotend...
    What I do is just before I hit the print button, when the printer is at teemperature, i extrude some filament. Then I hit the print button. As the print head is moving into position, I grab the cooled off filament with my fingers. Easy Peazy.

  3. #23
    wow, thx. I have found that a skirt or brim really helps.

  4. #24
    As my personal experience, Tevo Tornado is one of the best 3D printers. It is very easy to use and the perfect choice for beginners, professional, and enthusiasts. Also, Its LCD screen design makes you easy to monitor your printing process.

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    Thx Suzanne

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjf55 View Post
    What I do is just before I hit the print button, when the printer is at teemperature, i extrude some filament. Then I hit the print button. As the print head is moving into position, I grab the cooled off filament with my fingers. Easy Peazy.
    Yeah, but my fingers(hands) don't fit between the hotend and bed. Until I figure something out I just print or skirt, that gets rid of the excess filament. I tried with a cute tip...that was a mistake lol

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