No, just me.man, remind me if i ever get a 3d printer to not go barebones that i have to fuck with constantly. Ya'll spend more time fixing than printing
You gotta pay for that, unfortunately. One day I'd like to have Lulzbot. They're sexy little workhorsesi get it, i used to be like that, i just dont have time anymore and i just want shit that works. I used to enjoy the futzing around and hackery
yep, its money for time, as it turns out most of life is.
Time to replace the hot-end Bowden tube coupling.Aaaaaand now the bowden tube has decided to start popping out around the third or fourth layer.
I'm running an e3D and Capricorn.Time to replace the hot-end Bowden tube coupling.
Have you done the popular "hot end fix"?
I don't, but that's only because I run an e3d v6 hot end and Capricorn tube.
Pulled it up, as well as looked down inside with a flashlight and rotated the coupler around. Nothing stood out as off.You'd pull the Bowden tube out, pull the coupler ring up and inspect the jaws it's supposed to hold back.
As far as replacing it, I think you have to replace the whole heatsink to do that job.