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  • unlimitedbacon

    There's nothing in your settings that stands out to me. Just to be sure, though, I think you should try doing the same print in Cura with Ultimaker's defaults. If that doesn't work then I would try increasing your extruder temperature in 5 degree increments. I've noticed that Ultimakers like to run hotter than most other printers. We have an article coming out soon on the relationship between temperature and speed, so keep an eye out for that. I think it will be helpful to you. Also, have you tried adjusting the tension on the feeder?

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  • unlimitedbacon

    Sounds like the application data got corrupted. Try deleting the application data folder. Beware, this will delete all of your settings. However if you have a MatterControl Sync account then they will be restored once you login.

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  • ryan.lutz

    If the difference occurred whilst printing with the same file, then logically it doesn't seem possible that the G-Code has anything to do with it, then.

    Does it happen at exactly the same point in the print, or is it random?

    The Vector 3 runs Sprinter firmware, which we're not entirely familiar with. Our guess, though, is that the issue is more related to firmware than to G-Code.

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  • ryan.lutz

    @JA88AtheHUTT said:

    I had performed prints in the past from the SD Card but in the last few days it has started doing this.

    With the same file, or a new file that you sliced?

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  • ryan.lutz

    Sounds like a possible difference in G-Code. Can you post the G-Code files from both the SD card and when printing from the Mac? Use Dropbox, Google Drive, or similar service to share the files and post the link.

    Just send the .gcode file on the SD card, then, to export the G-Code used on the Mac, follow the instructions in this article for "G-Code File" : http://wiki.mattercontrol.com/Send_Debugging_Information#Other_Useful_Files


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  • ryan.lutz

    G-Code is generated for a specific printer based on configuration settings, so usually it's meant to be used for just that one printer.

    You can use the Other -> Other (Make -> Model) profile to start a new profile for a model that does not yet have a profile. Check this list for the minimum settings to configure for a new printer: http://wiki.mattercontrol.com/Custom_Printer_Profiles#Edit_printer_settings

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  • ryan.lutz

    Thanks. I created a bug report when you emailed, so the dev team is aware of the issue and will fix it as they have time.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    @michvhf, what distro are you on?

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  • ryan.lutz

    Did you re-flash the stock firmware? If so, then it's most likely not the programming or firmware.

    The RAMBo is a circuit board, and components on circuit boards can go bad. If that happened to components that directly affect the LCD pins, then you'd have trouble.

    You could try replacing the RAMBo board to logically determine if that's the problem. If you do and you still have the same problem, you know the problem is elsewhere. But given the other troubleshooting steps you've tried, that is possible.


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  • ryan.lutz

    Can you please outline the steps you've taken thus far, starting with the stock printer? We need to know what you've done to be able to tell you what to try.

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