Printing Stops at a Random Point in the Process

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Hello

I have recently purchased a Up3D printer, but I am facing a problem with that. Whenever the printing task is given to it, the printing stops at a random point in the process. I upgraded it to version 1.15 but still the same problem occurs.

In UP I get the message "move error" in the status bar and the UP inspector gives me another error.

The print screen of the error is attached below:

Printer Status

UP Inspector

Printer Status

Move Error | Layers:13 | Height:0.00 |

Position: X(-69) Y(69) Z(0) Nozzel(-20)

Idle | SYSTEM_STOP AT LIMIT SYSTEM_PROGRAM STOP _ | Move Error | Program Stop |

MOTOR_STOP | MOTOR_STOP | MOTOR_STOP | MOTOR_STOP |

X+Limit Error _ | Y No Error | Z No Error | A No Error |

Extruder 1:0.8C | Extruder not heat |

Platform:0.9C | Platform not heat |

Other Error

No Error

                                                   OK                           CANCEL

I called the supplier yesterday, but unfortunately his cell was switched off. I sent him an email, but he has not yet responded.

If anyone of you can give me any information regarding the issue, I'll be really obliged.

Waiting for your response,

Kind regards

Bob

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #138898

Printing Stops at a Random Point in the Process

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Try resetting your printer. Unplug it from the printer and the wall for about 30 seconds and then plug it back it and turn on.

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Answered By 565010 points N/A #138899

Printing Stops at a Random Point in the Process

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If this is the first time that this happens, try restarting your computer then try it again. See if the printer works after booting the system. If this doesn’t change anything, try doing another clean installation on the printer’s software to fix any corrupted files that may be have developed after installing it. Uninstall the printer’s application then restart your machine when asked.

After booting, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostic test on your system, use a disk utility application like Norton Utilities. Install the printer’s software again then see if this fixes the problem. You may also try initializing the printer first before starting the print task.

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