Hey @stringman ,
I hop this spool of Build material did not cause you too much trouble, there are variances in the material within each batch of Build material, but this is something different.
If you do happen to have the spool still please reach out to us and we will be happy to work with you.
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Hey @DougBailey ,
As you mentioned, this issue occurs after the print has been removed from the print bed. This would point us to the part and settings.
The first thing I would ask, is what is your infill percentage and top/bottom layer count. These will have the most affect to the post printing.
You can always drop us some pictures in our email at email@example.com and we can take a look there as well.
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@bunnynnub Submit a ticket to Raise3D support. They will send you the jam clearing manual. They are a little odd about the manuals and not publishing them. They say it is because they are so new that they are still cleaning the manuals up and updating often. It only took a couple hours to get the clog clearing manual when i submitted a ticket.
Have you had any luck getting it to print? I don't understand about the belt, the belts from Prusa are "teethed" Prusa Parts . You would probably have better results at Prusa Forums. These forums leave a lot to be desired, mostly SPAM Great filaments, but, forums - Not so much. Not to mention they don't support Prusa printers!
I found other forum topics on Peopoly's site that described using lower laser power settings. I set my laser power down to 49 and got a reasonably good looking print. Still a few filled holes, but much better and the resin post cured better. Still more tweaking of the settings required I'm afraid, but progress.
Our apologies for the late reply, hopefully the Carbon Fiber material is still working well for you. We would recommend, if you have not already, switching out to a hardened nozzle of some kind to prevent wear and keep those prints coming out nice and smooth. Drop us some pictures so we can see how those prints are coming out!