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Image 1/3: Connect printer to computer Image 2/3: Connect printer to MatterControl Image 3/3: Connect printer to MatterControl
  • Power on your R1 3D Printer

  • Connect printer to computer

  • Connect printer to MatterControl

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Image 1/3: Raise your Z-Axis 30-40 MM Image 2/3: Set your hot end temperature to 210 for PLA and 225 for ABS. Image 3/3: Set your hot end temperature to 210 for PLA and 225 for ABS.
  • Home your R1 3D Printer

  • Raise your Z-Axis 30-40 MM

  • Set your hot end temperature to 210 for PLA and 225 for ABS.

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  • ALLOW your machine to REACH the desired temperature prior to loading or removing filament.

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Image 1/1: Pull back the black tab on the extruder
  • Once the printer has REACHED the desired temperature...

  • Pull back the black tab on the extruder

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Image 1/3: If you are removing filament, please slowly pull out the filament from the extruder and hot end. Image 2/3: If you are removing filament, please slowly pull out the filament from the extruder and hot end. Image 3/3: If you are removing filament, please slowly pull out the filament from the extruder and hot end.
  • If you are loading filament, please straighten the end of the filament, and insert into the extruder

  • If you are removing filament, please slowly pull out the filament from the extruder and hot end.

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Harrison Team RoBo 3D

Member since: 06/11/2014

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3 Comments

how to unplug a clogged print head.

jack - Reply

"Insert the Filament". How will you know when you did it correctly? How far is far enough? Is there a "too far"? When I turn the gear, I can't get it to "bite" and pull down the filament. Some excessive detail on "insert the filament" would be helpful here. Please add for the next guy!!!

Matt Strachen - Reply

When loading filament, I cut the end of the filament on a diaganel so it doesn't catch on some edge down in the extruder. With a simple cross cut I was always catching on something below the guide tube.

Jim Zwieg - Reply

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