I have been troubleshooting my MMU2 now for a few days (+/- 20 hours excl. assembly) without being able to get it to work reliably.
During that time I have read a lot on the forums and internet about people who have similar issues as I have. I was shocked when I saw that it took people weeks and months to get their MMU2 to work with a reasonable reliability (99% filament changes). While this percentage might sound impressing at first, it implies that large prints which require hundreds of filament changes will fail.
I´m using my 3D printer as a tool which enables me to create my hobby-projects. I do not want to waste my time on getting the tool to work as it is supposed to. Had I know before buying the MMU2 that this is not a reliable product, I would not have spent my money on it.
I´m not prepared to spend frustrating weeks trying to troubleshoot the MMU2 not knowing if it ever will work as expected.
Perhaps you say that this is all my fault of not being able to assemble the MMU correctly, not being able to troubleshoot the issues one after the other, not being able to tune/correct the hardware and not willing to invest weeks of my time to get it to work.
But if someone told me before purchasing the MMU2 that I was expected to do all of the above to get it to work, I would have saved my money and looked for other options even if they were more expensive.
Hi there, I'm 100% with you marc.o2!
For the vote, I think it's important to know the printer MK2.5 or MK3 , it's seem the MK2.5 users have most trouble than MK3 user....
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