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Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic

Posted by raoulito9 
Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
September 20, 2017 11:17AM
Hi suggi.
I'm sorry, but i still do not understand your problem. perhaps could you show us with a video or something like that.
Perhaps you could use repetier host, wich is an excellent program to control your printer... If you use easy print, i can believe it does not work, as it is full of bugssss....

Hi isralgs.
Happy you print well !
As i was satisfied with repetier + cura slicer, i only used them/ By the way, i'm sure that configuring Cura might not be a problem.

Just try ! and tell us !

Did you find a solution for the retract pbm (only one extruder retracts), and the stringing side effect ?.. I had no solution, and hope in firmware version.... As i previously said, i had to downgrade...
Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
September 20, 2017 01:21PM
The fact is that the settings I've made on this printer have been minimal. Of course, the change from slic3 to curaengine is bestial, the first one gives errors of overmaterial especially in the corners, although I also have it ready.
What you say that only one extruder retracts and stringing side effect i dont know. Tell me more things for this please
Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
September 20, 2017 01:25PM
238 not 288
hello suggy
what version firmware number have you?

Use repetier-host and forget EasyPrint, really.
That program lacks many features that if you bring Repetier-Host, so the functionality of your printer will be limited.
Tell me in detail what your problem is, together we can all help.
In fact, everyone who bought a 301 and went through here made it work, (Rene is my hero)

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Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
October 05, 2017 03:40PM
Hello everyone. I thing this is a nice chalenge for my first 3d printer kkkkkk sad smiley

The problem: Hotend is not heating up.

the LCD show 301°/0° (when the motor of extruder is conected on E0)
And when I plug OUT the extruder motor it shows 0°/0°
I don't know what to do.... someone have an idea?

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Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
October 11, 2017 04:00AM
hello marfreg

When you heat the extruder, the number on the left indicates the current temperature of the extruder by means of the thermistor (the thin cables that go to the extruder) and the one on the right indicates the temperature that you want to give it.
What version of the firmware do you use?
Did you check the connections?
Have you checked that the extruder doesn't really catch your temperature?
According to the images you send, the problem is that the extruder does catch temperature, but the thermistor does not tell you.
Let me know more
Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
October 11, 2017 05:28PM
the extruder doesn't catch the temperature.... so that 301°C is wrong.
I don't check the conections on the extruder because I don't know if it's possible tostrip then of the extruder ( looks like It can't )
but I will se it better, and send some pictures...

I dont tell, but the FANs are not working too... no one, they get hot, but dont move

Thank you for yous answer, I'll be back tomorrow with some news tongue sticking out smiley
Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
October 11, 2017 05:45PM
I really don't know what can I do here to check...
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Re: Geeetech Rostock 301 first topic
October 12, 2017 02:43PM
The cables attached to the second photo are the heating cartridge cables.
With a polymeter and on the ohms scale check them. It should give about 5 ohms.
Therefore, in the nozzle has another pair of cable, are the thermistor ones, which checks the temperature.
Measure it on the omh scale, it should give 95 kohms (depending on the ambient temperature) approximately.
Finally, connect everything, and without closing the junction box, start repeater-host and heat the nozzle. Where this is connected, measure in volts with the polymeter, it has to indicate about 12 volts.
If you need help or indicative photos, please indicate this

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