First spaghetti. Sorry honda element and ig88 legs! I thought it might be because I put multiple models on the same print plate but it was some sort of jam. Clearing out all of the Bowden tubes and the print head was a bit of a task, but everything seems to be printing out ok now.
When there is an error message, if you hit stop print, there is no confirmation to make sure you really want to cancel your print!!!!
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So @BambuLab said that TPU will not work with their AMS unit as it will get jammed and stuck in it. I wanted to know if it was a hard no or just a suggestion. Spoiler, it’s a hard no for any soft TPU (Even 95A).
So here is a guide on how to unjam filament that gets stuck in the AMS unit. It’s thankfully not a difficult process but it can be kind of tedious.
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