Right, meanwhile I did sort that out too .Hi Kai,
The default PET settings are just not good.
Set nozzle temp to 240C for first layer and other layers. Set bed temp to 85 for the first layer and other layers.
Depending on your environment, the object you're printing and the PID settings of your printer, the higher target temperature can't be reached fast enough.
No design issues, just regular configuration tweaking in the slicer.
Current firmware is very aggressive on the bed temp check. If you print PLA, you're turn the fan on from the second layer. In case you're printing small object, you're blowing cold air on the bed and trying to heat it up at the same time. But if you print a big object, the bed is covered with plastic and can is able to heat up fast enough.kai.s9 wrote: ↑Jan 31, 2019 9:54 amOk, seems to fix the 'problem' mostly.
What I do not understand: Why does (sometimes) an error occur if the 1st to 2nd layer temp difference is 10°C or more... .
It seems that if the bed does not heat up fast enough this happens. But if so: Why can you define a 10°C spread in the Slicer?
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