I don't think you'll be able to to this with any 3D printed plastic. The failure mode would almost certainly be the layers separating - which isn't due to the material failing, but rather the process limitations.
Interlayer adhesion on 3D printed parts isn't something that has an ISO or ASTM test standard, so there isn't data we can point to and say definitively that something will or won't work.
The one option that would almost certainly work would be Ultrafuse 316LX, which is 316 stainless steel that you can print on most printers, and then send off to to debinding and sintering. The part you get back is virtually solid stainless steel.
@amilcar97 if you made a mistake you could have killed your driver. Theoretically the motor too but more likely the driver. plug the motor into another cable (like the x or y) and see if it turns if it does you blew the driver
@jdelise89 to my knowledge only by taking it apart or if its real bad by looking at it. If you for example have filament collecting on top of the block then it oozes out through the threads of the heatbreak same as with the nozzle if you take the nozzle off and there are filament leftovers in the thread or on top of it you were leaking. if the heat break or nozzle are not perfectly flat where they touch they wont seal well and you get a "puck" forming - obstruction by semi fluid filament at the spot of imperfection
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Managed to resolve on my own.
I replaced the drivers from MatterControl with the drivers from Creality's website:
If you are encountering this issue, you'll need to download 'FTDI F232R Windows Driver" from the link above, then update the driver manually. For anyone who doesn't know how to do this, this guide can be used, but make sure to replace the drivers specified (C:\Program Files (x86)\MatterControl\StaticData\Drivers) with the ones from the Creality link above. Device Manager should report a "USB to Serial" adapter instead of "FTDI".
@gripwik Interesting, as I typed my previous response, I looked at my screen and even sent a file to the printer (Pulse XE) and it printed fine with supports. Im at a loss at what could be happening. What printer are you using and what firmware does it use? It is the only thing I would suspect.
Thanks, I will try that and see if it works. I just started printing PETG today for the first time. I have a friend in California who needs a face shield. I’ve been monitoring the print and seems to have the same issue, places lifting off of the bed.
@wstuck As far as I know the answer is no. The panel just does what it does which is very little. If you find a good solution please let me know the Marlin bed leveling is also not working and available. MH I think did that to make the pulse barely operational without using Mattercontrol Nothing of the regular features seem to work without Mattercontrol, filament runout, power resume etc at least not on mine