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Devices that create three-dimensional objects from digital files, usually through additive processes using various materials such as plastics or metals.

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ender 5 plus. starts print but then damages pla and clogs.

i have ender 5 plus. it will start print great but after an hour or 2 it damages the pla at the gear and stops feeding pla. how to fix this. i have replaced with aftermarket feeder, new capricorn tube, new nozels and still same issue.

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i have calibrated it

everything i try to print that takes more than 1 hour it acts like it has a clog in the head

the newest 4.11

i have a 10s pro as well and it works fine but this one has been a trouble since i got it.

i have replaced the main board twice and the power supply upgraded once as well as new tubes and 2 nozels. i even thought it might be a moisture issue so i got a dryer for the filament. nothing seems to help

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Hey Danny,

Have you calibrated your Steps/mm?

What are you trying to print?

What profile are you using for Cura?

(Still new to 3D Printing, but also have an E5P so i’ve been doing a lot of troubleshooting myself)

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i have calibrated it

everything i try to print that takes more than 1 hour it acts like it has a clog in the head

the newest 4.11

i have a 10s pro as well and it works fine but this one has been a trouble since i got it.

i have replaced the main board twice and the power supply upgraded once as well as new tubes and 2 nozels. i even thought it might be a moisture issue so i got a dryer for the filament. nothing seems to help

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Doesn't sound like a moisture issue.

- What mainboard are you using?

- What are your Steps/mm set to?

- 4.11 Default profile? or have you imported a profile?

- Do you hear any sounds after the hour mark? (Would indicate a clog)

- How close is your nozzle to the bed?

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