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In the last chapter, I presented a host of potential causes and solutions for hardware-related problems. Software issues, as well as hardware issues, can cause many of those problems. I have split the discussion into two chapters because software causes are quite different than hardware causes. Similarly, solving software issues takes very different forms.
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Bad burning smells are always bad. Even ABS should not smell burnt when extruding.
Steam may be normal for some exotic filaments. Steam can also indicate that the filament has absorbed too much moisture, in which case you should attempt to dry the filament with desiccant in a sealed bag.
Hey, that’s part of the joy of 3D printing. Sometimes things you think will never work turn out pretty well, all things considered. Don’t be afraid to experiment!
Actually, this can be one of the side effects of using an ABS print file with PLA. Check the file to make sure that you are using the right filament.
Actually, this may be compensating for axis issues.
Yes, just like an infant’s runny nose. Not quite as repulsive, but it still has a certain “ick” element.
This is one of my favorite features of the MakerBot. Even a longer ooze of 25mm can be purged during that long sweep across the front of the print bed.
A highly technical term used to explain unexplained behavior. Not to be confused with hinky, which is altogether more serious and sometimes terminal.
Once is usually enough to train us to avoid this in the future.
- Solving Software Issues
- Chapter 8
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