The power in the FDM 1650 we have goes out just after a file is sent for
build. The envelope temperature shoots up to 74 Deg C and the machine shuts
down. To avoid this, I normally reduce the temperature to 67 Deg C and once
the build starts, I raise it up again to the normal 70.
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On Thu, 23 Mar 2000 Richard.Lott@HSC.com wrote:
> If the power to your FDM2000 went out due to a tip overheating, you should
> have seen a messge upon restarting, similar to "Model Temp Error"
> More common in my experience, however, is a envelope temperature error.
> This usually happens if I open the chamber door during a build. Opening
> the door causes a sudden drop in the temperature, and the machine will
> sometimes overcompensate in trying to raise the temperature. The result is
> a too high chamber temperature that triggers a shut down. This too, would
> be indicated upon restarting with a "Env Temp Error" message on the machine
> Such interrupted builds can be recovered. The process is outlined in the
> Utilities section of the manual, under the "ssrecov" section.
> For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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