I did not use my Robox RBX1 for a long time. But since I got some spare time I was toying around with it once again… But I got some very bad results. I don’t know if it is the new firmware or new software or me or maybe even the printer 🙂
Attached you can see the test print from the front and from behind.
Maybe you have a tipp for me 🙂
Thanks for your Help
@loaditag There are several things to check:
I operate two Betas and four Production Robox.
I am the US/Canada Technical Support engineer for the Robox.
See my 3D Hub site at https://www.3dhubs.com/phoenix/hubs/ben
@bhudson, thanks a lot for your fast reply.
1. No, its a brand new red filament (was still in the bag with the moisture absorber) which I initially wanted to use for a valentines print… But since it did not really work. I actually (and I hate to say it because in my eyes the device is rubbish – had to use my replicator 5)
2. Actually I was running Nozzle Opening and Nozzle Alignment… maybe I misconfigured something
3. Automaker V2.01.04
4. I printed with the original Fine Profile (no modifications)
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