Currently Printing Fail Proof Fidget Cubes and Flexi Turtle Ear Saver on both systems for Halloween Trick or Treats.
The Hinges stick on my 12v machine while they work perfectly on my 24v machine.
I can switch the filament between the two machines still the 12V printer does not like the Hinges
This is not saying that because it is 12 or 24 volts is works or fails this is just my way of keeping the two printers separate.
I could say Blu (" 24V" ) or Red (" 12V ")
Here are My Twins
I am beginning to wander if changing to Marlin 2.0.6 caused the problem of over extrusion.
Just started a print set of Turtle ear savers at 95% flow rate.
Starting my prints I found another problem.
I had the printer that has been printing Perfect models get a clog.
Have not changed filaments and this is my thought>>>>>
Believe that when they splice filaments together to make a roll sometimes they mistakenly use an ABS filament to splice PLA filament.
Even if they use the correct filament it somehow is still not just right still causing the clog.
Have no proof of this it is just what I believe happens from time to time...
Turtle finished on Red at 95 % flow perfectly now I know that changing from Marlin 1.1.9BF to Marlin 2.0.6 may have exacerbate over extrusion.
Ended up Reducing the Flow rate on Both 3D Printers.
Printer firmware discussion