rostock 301 filament extrusion too hard

Bama3d
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Re: rostock 301 filament extrusion too hard

Post by Bama3d » Mon May 15, 2017 1:22 pm

Well I just heard from tech support. I was told that if I want to replace none working feeders with working ones to buy them myself. I am now done and demanding a full refund. I will not be doing business with this company again.

Bama3d
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Re: rostock 301 filament extrusion too hard

Post by Bama3d » Mon May 15, 2017 9:28 pm

Well I am basically stuck with it. We can't come to terms on a full refund and return. I was offered $70 store credit towards future purchase and I pay for replacement of the feeders.

So the war of attrition begins. I will not let this go unanswered.

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Lami René
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Re: rostock 301 filament extrusion too hard

Post by Lami René » Mon May 15, 2017 10:53 pm

Bravo!
Un pour tous et tous pour un !
One for all and all for one !
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Mon imprimante modifié : http://forums.reprap.org/read.php?178,781375,781375
Voir aussi pour mes pièces : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2464177

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Re: rostock 301 filament extrusion too hard

Post by Bama3d » Sat May 20, 2017 1:17 am

l.m.frissen wrote:Hello raoulito9,

I have had the same problem with my Prusa i3 of geeetech.
The rostock and Prusa of geeetech share the same extruder.

My solution was to modify the cold end
I added a screw and cut off some plastic since the bearing couldn't get closer to the toothed wheel.
In the picture you can see in the red circle where i cut away some of the plastic.

This fix helps a lot, I have had some success but yet to complete a single print because of all the other glitches in the firmware.

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