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  • #45283
    
    < 19:23:01: Error:Heating failed, system stopped! Heater_ID: bed
    < 19:23:01: Error:Printer halted. kill() called!
    

    This I got on 61 Deagre I reach 60 and set up to go 70 and then on 61 I got this error.

    Marlin version

    
    < 19:06:10: FIRMWARE_NAME:Marlin 1.1.0-RC8 (Github) SOURCE_CODE_URL:https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin PROTOCOL_VERSION:1.0 MACHINE_TYPE:3D Printer EXTRUDER_COUNT:1 UUID:cede2a2f-41a2-4748-9b12-c55c62f367ff
    
    #45288

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    You sure those are the right thermistor values, both your hotend and bed are using the #13?

    #45289

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    I also see your nozzle looks to be tightened into the heatblock, that might cause some issue with clogging down the road. But lets concentrate on the bed for now.

    #45291

    thermistor is for sure the same because they sell me naked bed and I need to arm it myself all cables and temp sensor temperature show ded on spot. But its look like it need to have a little more time to heat its some timer set up? that check if temperature rise.

    #45292

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    I just left the computer but if you look in config-adv, I think it is under watchdog.

    #45394

    Thanks Ryan I found it and I put quite long wait time and I’m getting it to almous 90 but it’s going slow probably I need to put it in some sort of box.

    #45396

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    I use a layer of adhesive cork on the bottoms of my beds but there are some better options out there, maybe a thin layer of rockwool. The actual solution is probably just move to 24V, anything bigger than 300mm need full wall current so you are up there.

    #45524

    OK I make some test and for now I just need to stick with PLA. until new power supply 24v will come. I just can reach the temperature that I need. Im using also some heated bed insulation cotton that help a lot isolating the heat from bed carriage sometimes when I won to heat up faster bed I put one of this on top until it get temperature. I start printing parts for second printer with PLA and later I will reprint it in ABS but the bed will be smaller 200×300 many this one I can heat to 100C.
    Thanks!

    #45529

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    You should give PET a try I hope I never have to touch ABS again for printing. Between those two I much prefer PET, and it doesn’t require such a high bed temp.

    #45531

    Thanks for advice I will give it a try.

    #45532

    Mmmfishtacos
    Participant

    PETG is nice. But I’ve just ran across maker geeks raptor PLA. And it’s the best stuff I’ve ever used. It’s A high temp pla. and if you bake it at 200f for 10 mins it become pretty strong. It has a printing temp of 245 on the head and 60 on the bed. Its FDA approved and dish washer safe. I just printed my MPCNC out of it and the parts seem super strong. And it seems heaver than the prints I did before out of normal PLA. Might be why it took more filament than what Ryan said it would use.

    #45566

    I just need something that can hold temp and pretty strong when I’m printing some parts for 3d printer or some construction staff. I know that PLA is strong my last printer was full printed in PLA.

    #45996

    Small upgrade I saw on my last print that I’m quite a lot off in hight so the frame was tilted probably because of the spool so I print fix for it I think:D.

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    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    My first printer was the wanna duplicator i3, and this morning was awesome:

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:921948

    Might spark something for you.

    #46017

    Nice but power supply brace was more then needed. Problem solvd I order spools for next big project as fast I print all parts I’m selling all my printers to build next two they are more expensive (aluminum extrusion) and I just need to keep my hobby in some limits 🙂

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