It’s been a while since I spent much time with the MP3DP but I’m printing up some cable chain bits now so it’s getting my attention. I ran out of my trusty Hatchbox white PLA so I loaded up some HB blue and things went pretty much normal other than the adhesion thing I battle with. However, I decided I didn’t want blue, I thought I should load up the black I had. The black is a spool of Sunluu (or something like that). It seems like no matter what I do I can’t get it to stop clicking and under extruding at some point in the print - usually once it starts building up the “tower” on the attached part. Raising the nozzle temp to 210 seemed to help a bit but it still gets ugly. The only thing I haven’t done is caliper the filament as/when the troubles arise. I did caliper it before loading and got the same kind of number range that I get with the HB filament. What else should I be trying to get the filament to work? When it runs smooth is seems to print very nice.
I’ve tried layer heights from .2-.5, speeds are at 35mm/s.
I’ve got a spool of white which should be here today so I’ll load it up and see if the clicking stops.[attachment file=84649]