What is the problem?
Printer stops mid print every few seconds and then continues after a second creating blobs in print. Terminal warning for Communication timeout.
This problem did not exist a few days ago when i first downloaded and installed octopi. The problem started appearing yesterday.
What did you already try to solve it?
Trying 3 diffrent used usb cables and buing a new one, removing sd card, running octopi in safe mode, trying diffrent slicer.
Have you tried running in safe mode?
Did running in safe mode solve the problem?
You can download this in OctoPrint's System Information dialog ... no bundle, no support!)
octoprint-systeminfo-20221231182958.zip (173.3 KB)
Logs from a test print
octoprint-logs (1).zip (69.2 KB)
I have raspberry pi 3b running octopi V1.8.6 downloaded a few days ago. The printer is a Voxelab Aquila X2 running standard firmware V5.1.3. The raspberry is located close to the printer in a room with good connection and no electronics nearby to create interferance.
Is there infromation missing to get help or does noone know anything that could fix this problem?
Maybe the holidays?
So, to your logs:
issues with your heating.
massive issues with octoeverywhere
Please avoid restarting the Pi by power cycling.
You may have a look on this:
First of all this whole tutorial isn't a mandatory mod - you just need it if you run into issues (weird things are happening and you've already ruled out the more common suspects) or if the always running fan and illuminated display (even when the printer is turned off) disturbes you.
I'm starting with the why part:
If you connect a 3D printer via USB to your Raspberry Pi it can lead to all sorts of power related issues.
Most of the time those issues occur only if you turn on your pi before …
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