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Prusa I3 Pro W

Posted: Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:14 am
by zsolti
Hi.
I´m new to this world, but I want to be a part of it :)
I´ve a Prusa I3 pro w with GT2560, running on Win 10, Firmware updated according to the instructions given for the printer.
Tried to use Geeetech preconfigured Repetier Host Geeetech V0.90D using slic3r
I´ve tried the repetier host v2.0.5 itself with slic3r and Cura also
With Cura engine the result is even worst.
Please help me to fix this challange.
Thanks in advance!

Re: Prusa I3 Pro W

Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:54 pm
by William
We have replied you via facebook.

Re: Prusa I3 Pro W

Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 6:07 am
by Sloopy
Can you repost the answer here? I am having a similar problem.

-MS

Re: Prusa I3 Pro W

Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 7:06 pm
by William
Sloopy wrote:
Mon Mar 26, 2018 6:07 am
Can you repost the answer here? I am having a similar problem.

-MS
1.Check the temp of the nozzle then clean it
Pla:180~220C
2.Check the belt of Y axis and X axis
3.You can refer to it, loosen it a little
Y motor.png
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Re: Prusa I3 Pro W

Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2018 3:13 am
by Sloopy
Thank you. After reviewing the photos again and comparing them to mine, they may not be the same issue. If you would refer to my post in the forums, I have a picture posted. The issue is what looks like ribs? Waves? The legs on the chair look like a spiral and the whole thing looks like it was creased like a wavy french fry. The bands are regular and composed of smaller layers. They seem to be perfectly off every 2 mm or so. As if the extruder is making every other 2 mm wider than the 2mm below or 2mm thinner than the rib below.

I loosened the belts to slack and various levels between slack and too tight. The z axis smooth rods are not on the machine because they are causing the z axis motors to bind up, even after widening the holes and lubricating the linear bearings. This does seem to cause some wobble during movements, but I would think that movement would be random, not regular.

-Sloopy