I’ve just received my brand new TAZ 5 and successfully printed a nice little rocktopus using the provided filament sample.
Since I didn’t have a proper 3mm filament at the time, I stupidly enough decided to use some 1.75mm poor quality white ABS filament I had lying around.
I managed to somehow feed it, up until the point when the entire leftover green filament was extruded, but now it is clogged and won’t extrude.
I tried to pull the material out, but the filament broke and now I can’t even get a proper grab of it.
I also tried to manually extrude some fair eSun 3mm yellow ABS filament at 240, but the hobbing just grinds the material and the white filament won’t be pushed down.
I’m afraid that raising to 240 was too high for the white filament, causing it to bulk and block the nozzle. Does it make any sense?
Can someone please help?