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hobb grinding in to material


I bought the aero titan kit with hot end 3 weeks ago at 123-print.nl. for my cr10.

After having installed and adjusted everything and tested with PLA: 1st layer, 20x20 cube with very good results, I finally got to the point where I can print something else.

Then the problems started as soon as I want to print something with short print layers and there are many retracts after each other, the hobb begin to dig into the material with a blockage as a result. Have already tried everything from temperature upwards, print speed down, retraction speed down, less -more tension on te screw. Nothing helps as soon as there are too many retractions in the print everything gets stuck. most of the time the hobb go's through half of the material end with a soft pull de the material breaks inside te titan, I have to disassemble everything to clean it, put back together and adjust it back to get perfect first layers , en cubes.

I really do not know how to solve this problem.

Due to the many disassembly and assemblys i had to make. I have now noticed that the temp sensor is damaged .you can see the 2 connection wires i the open the white protection or fixing is broken . now i will have to buy a new sensor to.

I'm really disappointment at this time . I had a perfectly working printer and now I'm sitting with something where i can not get a decent print out anymore.

Can you advise me what i can do to resolve this problem.

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Try bringing your retraction down to 1-2mm - it's not a bowden system any more and you may have left the settings as previous?

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