If your filament isn't flowing at the begining of your print there are common issues that might be affecting it.
  • The Extruder was not preheated before the start of a print
  • The extruder itself is clogged.
  • The filament has been broken by the drive gear (meaning the drive gear was to tight and damaging the filament)
  • The nozzle was too close to the bed causing the filament to shoot back up into the extruder.
If your filament isn't flowing at the begining of your print there are common issues that might be affecting it. 1. The Extruder was not preheated before the start of a print 2. The extruder itself is clogged. 3. The filament has been broken by the drive gear (meaning the drive gear was to tight and damaging the filament) 4.The nozzle was too close to the bed causing the filament to shoot back up into the extruder.
If your filament isn't flowing at the begining of your print there are common issues that might be affecting it. 1. The Extruder was not preheated before the start of a print 2. The extruder itself is clogged. 3. The filament has been broken by the drive gear (meaning the drive gear was to tight and damaging the filament) 4.The nozzle was too close to the bed causing the filament to shoot back up into the extruder.
If your filament isn't flowing at the begining of your print there are common issues that might be affecting it. 1. The Extruder was not preheated before the start of a print 2. The extruder itself is clogged. 3. The filament has been broken by the drive gear (meaning the drive gear was to tight and damaging the filament) 4.The nozzle was too close to the bed causing the filament to shoot back up into the extruder.
If your filament isn't flowing at the begining of your print there are common issues that might be affecting it. 1. The Extruder was not preheated before the start of a print 2. The extruder itself is clogged. 3. The filament has been broken by the drive gear (meaning the drive gear was to tight and damaging the filament) 4.The nozzle was too close to the bed causing the filament to shoot back up into the extruder.
If your filament isn't flowing at the begining of your print there are common issues that might be affecting it. 1. The Extruder was not preheated before the start of a print 2. The extruder itself is clogged. 3. The filament has been broken by the drive gear (meaning the drive gear was to tight and damaging the filament) 4.The nozzle was too close to the bed causing the filament to shoot back up into the extruder.