Well, I have no idea why I had three prints with the same mode of failure, but I did get a successful print today. I decided to do switch to PLA so I wasn't wasting more Ryno, switched the layer height from .2mm to .3mm and the infill from 30% to 10% and got a full print. Switched back to Ryno with the same settings and got a good print. Time to move on to more important tasks.
Are you measuring from the first couple feet of the spool or did you find this in the middle/end of the spool?
If it's right at the beginning, that makes some sense. You technically get a bit more than 1kg, and the last bit of the spool (which is the first filament you unwind) can have some irregularities.
I found it. Probe Offset in MatterControl is NOT the same as running M851. To elaborate:
is not the same as
in the terminal and was able to run Z-Calibration and Print Level with probe.
Was this on a delta printer?
If so, home your printer. Then, release the motor tension and move the head down so that the nozzle is touching the build plate in the center of the bed. Go to the LCD and set Z=0. Then Re-home the machine and run the leveling again. Should be back to normal.
It should load into MC without issue. Does it give you an error message?
Other software uses slightly different syntax in the gcode, so MC may not parse it for viewing the same way, but if you use the slider on the right and drag it all the way to the top, it should show you entire gcode in the 3D view panel
@pverdin This is likely happening due to curling which is why it happens once the overhang begins. I personally find success when I print PETG around 260c hotend and 75c on the bed with 100% cooing to prevent curling.
@mavin I pulled the tube out of the top of the HW. Ran a 100mm extrude from controls. Filament feeds down the tube just fine
Have double checked HE path is clean again, cleaining pin pushes all the way thru the HE and the nozzle
Any idea how far the tube should insert down into the top of the HE?
I'm glad you got it figured out. Yes, the Mosquito has advantages and disadvantages. Removing the nozzle without holding the heat block is awesome until you really get a clog in there. At that point, the E3D V6 is nice to work with.