Been working with my DEv3 for a while and it’s causing some high levels of frustration.
- No matter what I do, the feeder gears chew up the filament and make it impossible for it to grab and feed. This happens with both extruders. This is getting to the point where it’s wasting all of the test PolyDissolve that was included with the DEv3. I calibrated it with the included idler tool and this still happens. It feels like it’s getting jammed in the nozzle somehow. I then have to remove the filament, the idler, and then clean that feeder gear, which is extremely tedious doing it every single time I load filament.
- I manually set the Z-Offset and after I start a print it seems like it completely disregards what I set and it appears to be up a millimeter or two, or it looks like it’s directly on the build plate or even pushing down on it. I used a thin piece of paper as a spacer (actually the Z-Offset card from my Robo R2) on all 4 corners with both extruders and it feels fine up until a print gets started.
Also since the TAZ 5 doesn’t have a Z-Offset setting anymore for some reason, I mean I’m setting the end stop.
I have not had a successful print at all.
It doesn’t even extrude filament during prints.
Please help me.
This has gotten to the point beyond frustrating.