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Oh, yes, absolutely so. In fact, I kept oiling every piece of the flex before inserting, and kept an oiler (ex-dust remover) around the flex that went into the bowden. That probably made the filament even more slippery.
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Well, that wasn't simple at all.I cut pieces of flex long enough to be inserted into the bowden and then inserted the standard PLA into the feeder's wheels. That was enough for approximately 1/2 hours of printing, then a new piece of flex had to be inserted. The whole print took almost 7 hours....
I did it!Image: Flex1Image: Flex2Image: Flex3
Completely unrelated.@SandervG - I sent you a couple of PMs, can you please have a look?
Hey mate!Sorry for the delay, was sooo overloaded with all kinds of crap.But, among the rest, I also do something similar to what you are doing:Image: Phoenix II 133 1We joined the e-nable movement and also print hands as giveaway for the kids and adults who ne...
That doesn't sound very encouraging... :-(If the experts like you have no clues, than could it be that UM2 simply can't handle that?
Ahhh, at last!With about two years delay, but better late than never, you know.
So, after oiling the bowden, the small to medium sized prints come out very good on my UM2 with Robert's feeder.However, the larger ones, that can take 6-8 hours are impossible yet. The Ninjaflex filament eventually slips away from the feeder gears and ruins the print.I use the recommended...
From here:Image: UM2All the links aren't working.On IE everything is fine, though.