Agreed. I did see one for sale secondhand for £150. After looking at the details of it, I decided that it wasn't going to be much use to anyone except maybe a primary school.I know you've only just acquired it but I think if I were you and you're serious about 3D printing I'd look for something else before you invest too much time and money into that printer.
Looking through the manual I can’t find any mention of one. Searching google quickly show several designs for one but seems the fan then isn't controllable from a slicerHow much cooling fan did you have set?
I was just thinking the same. Sell it and get an Ender 3. They are plentiful, cheap, easy to set up and repair.I know you've only just acquired it but I think if I were you and you're serious about 3D printing I'd look for something else before you invest too much time and money into that printer.
Right, more problems. Getting a bit sick of this to be honest. When I turn it on, it preheats the bed and nozzle absolutely fine. But when I try to unload the filament, the temperature starts to drop, until it says error code 0011 - no power to the nozzle. But clearly it can give power to the nozzle, because it preheats absolutely fine??? Looks like a problem with it's firmware?
How much do you want for it? If you could box it up I can arrange a courierMaybe it is time to look for another printer?
(Shame you are so far away, I have an Ender 3 for sale now, fully calibrated and including the enclosure.)
Not sure how you can do that...but that's not really the problem, the problem is the extruder doesn't heat when it's told to, unless I'm missing somethingCan you send a command directly from the printer Interface?
Then pre heat and send G10 S100, tells extruder to retract 100mm
How much do you want for it? If you could box it up I can arrange a courier