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    Cube Pro Duo - How to reset or fix ERROR T12 (Initial rate of change low) Contact su

    Thank you all in advance for your help.

    The only information i was able to find is the following.

    Error 12 = Initial rate of change low and the website says to contact support, but we all know that there is no longer any support for subject printers.

    Let me know if you guys experience the same error 12 code, and if you guys had any luck overcoming the error.


    Thx again

    Initial rate of change low
    • Contact support
    Last edited by DrPrint; 05-22-2020 at 02:44 PM. Reason: spelling

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    The reported failure on CubePro is likely a chip on the extruder board. Most T12 errors reported here are about Cube3. CubePro is not one that comes up with these errors on the forum that I've noticed over the years. However, the failure of the board was reported once to my knowledge.

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    Hello I had a similar issue and change the board. But now I cannot pass through activation

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    There is a binary file on the internal SD card that is matched to the mac address of the main board. The SD card needs to stay with the board. I think there was a piece on how to recover it on the OpenBuilds group. It's been a while but it is a problem. You could see if 3D Systems is willing to help recover the file or data.

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    Talking

    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    There is a binary file on the internal SD card that is matched to the mac address of the main board. The SD card needs to stay with the board. I think there was a piece on how to recover it on the OpenBuilds group. It's been a while but it is a problem. You could see if 3D Systems is willing to help recover the file or data.
    Thank you for your help. I am contacting 3DSystems and check on the open build group for more information.

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    The only problem I have is that I do not know the original serial number of this motherboard I bought it on EBAY... Maybe they have an universal code I hope. There is some information engraved on the motherboard i hope it is enough...

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    Please let us know the resolution you find. All the best.

    And also know some people are converting CubePro chassis. Maybe poke your head in the room and ask if there may be a motherboard laying around.

 

 

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