Brit wrote:I took on board the recommendation of keeping the veroboard copper side up that I saw on one post. This method did work better with the warping, but the second time around, the platform accidently went too high with a new part, when I tested the height again. The nozzle rubbed on the copper during the test. I think the nozzle is now shot causing the "part material not enough" box to pop up, so I'll need to buy another one from Auckland. Darn...I've had bad luck with this one. I wish all this info was in the manual available for download (including detailed instructions on how to clean the nozzle -which Bruce in Auckland kindly provided today... and which side to use the veroboard...also, there are real problems with warping, perhaps enough that it could be seen as a product "defect" that could be improved upon?).
Brit wrote:... I will next time; but the screw stripped and I couldn't get it out...I'll also heat the piece up more so the screws will come out.
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