I have had some amazing prints on this machine or I wouldn’t work so hard to get it up and running again, it would now be called Laser/CNC Maker, but I have had exceptional results. Let me also say that I have professional equipment, ultrasonic cleaners, chemicals, curing boxes, and a wide variety of printers.
The filament flooded the module, it was bad enough to take apart the entire module, which is necessary because certain areas cannot be cleaned or heated in the same way. I manage to get the module back together and was able to get it working when support was unresponsive because of the high demand. (I wanted the schematics in an exploded view to ensure technical specs have been followed precisely.)
The software didn’t work in the same way as it did before and I finally found a configuration that allowed adhesion and most of a print. I have not been able to get proper adhesion, extrusion, or anything really after that.
I’ve flashed the Snapmaker to all firmware versions, used all versions of the software, checked the bowden tube for accuracy, changed the filament and brand, changed the tension, checked all the screws, calibrated, re-calibrated, homed after every flash of firmware, cleared the nozzle with a thin piece of metal, cold flushed, put on the extra sticker, changed out the screws that seemed very likely to strip, not a fan of philips head, or flat head screws, anyways, all fans are working, checked the plugs, so after all that…
I flash back to the 2.2 firmware that ins’t beta and the thermistor isn’t working and I’m tired of messing with this. I have put in about 90 hours of work in trying to get this module to work again and yes, read all documentation. I now know this module inside and out and I’m tired, so… suggestions?