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    Cube 3 error list

    Here is the list of Cube 3's temperature errors.
    First number of the code is the extruder on which the error happened,for example if it happened on extruder 1 it would be T11 or if it happened on extruder 2 it would be T21.

    T11-T21 Thermistor circuit - Possible short circuit detected (according to 3DS)
    T12-T22 Initial rate of change low - 3DS says to contact them
    T13-T23 High rate of temperature change detected - A sudden change in temperature was detected
    T14-T24 Low rate of temperature change detected - The rate of temperature increase is below the expected rate of change. [FIX]
    T15-T25 Set point deviation - The temperature is different from the target temperature

    Source:3DS infocenter

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    Nice find, Bleky.

    I wonder what they are doing for set-point-deviation.
    That means something is acting as a calibration element.

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    Yep, T13 when you pull a hot-end while it's cooling.

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    Moksol, did you monkey with the "FIX" link? China-Prices dot com is not the original link! Bo, what is happening here... I don't like surprise SPAM links!

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    Crap!

    Looks like this basterd is changing the links while quoting!

    Fixing spambot now.


    EDIT: Woah! Spambots are getting ugly smarter now! :/

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    Ok, so I have recently been getting T14 errors while trying to print ABS. It wouldn't even start to print before getting the error. I always only have 1 print head in place because I really don't do dual color and don't want to mess with the head alignment crap. So I got to thinking that the top fan cools both hot ends. I put a dummy print head (original print head minus the metal parts) in the right side and it seems to have solved the issue.

    So maybe we have a good use for the old print heads.

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    What I've noticed once is that I launched a print from the software and it was trying to heat the side without nozzle fitted; its definetly a software glitch as I recreated the build file and worked fine the second time, but this made me initially think in the wrong direction (T14 error) just because of a software glitch!

 

 

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