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  1. #11
    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    wonder if the thermistor is reading inaccurately.
    What temp do you print the abs at ?

  2. #12
    I used the stock abs profile on standard in FlashPrint. That was set to 225c It slipped/knocked frequently but seemed like it printing fine . I bumped the temp up to 230c and not a single knock heard in a few of those prints and some were 3+ hours

  3. #13
    Well I spent the last few days trying to get this thing to print smoothly and I've given up. I used the entire roll of sample red and could barely get anything to print in PLA

    I got in a new roll of WYZ PLA today and went through doing a small test print tweaking as I go, Temp, Layer heights and speed and this thing just slips and grinds. The prints come out under extruded and very wavy.

    Trying their supports recommended settings turns what should be an hour print into 5+ hours basically slowing the machine down to a crawl which is just unacceptable.

    I was really looking forward to getting a printer as I have a simple design that I need printed for my game cases and can't even get that to print correctly. I put in a request for a refund and will be looking for another brand printer.

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    definitely sounds like you've got a duff unit.

    what speed were you printing at that took 5 hours ?

  5. #15
    30mm/s as per their instructions they sent me. They changed a lot of other settings as well. Voltage, Extrusion Ratio etc

  6. #16
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    30mm/s as per their instructions they sent me. They changed a lot of other settings as well. Voltage, Extrusion Ratio etc
    Do you mind sharing the settings? I just got mine and I'm having the same clicking and popping on my adventurer 3, thanks.

  7. #17
    Went through and took apart the feeder wheel and cleaned that, took apart the extruder and cleaned that along with the line. Tried loading the amazon stuff back in and it loads fine and as soon as it hits the extruder the feeder starts skipping. Tried slowing the print down, raising the temp with no luck.

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