I'm not familiar with the amazon pla, but the 101 needs a lot of experimentation to get the settings for different types of pla right.
hi i am printing with my 101her using amazon pla at 200/210 and printing on repetoir the prints come out extremely blotchy and bumpy and in general just terrible im slicing them on cura with 101hero profile and some adjusted settings but nothing seems to help i am very new to this and would appreciate any help.
I did replace vertical 3pcs motors of towers with NEMA14 0.9deg and one extruder with NEMA17 1.8 deg
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Hey guys, I know the problem, because I had the same in my first week with my 101hero. The Problem were the metal spears (guide rails) that hold the extrude. I used WD40 to make it more smooth and it works fine since this little change.
Maybe you can try this small test.
YOU are awesome! Nice work all the way around.
Are you saying the 101hero uses the bi-polar hack on these little stepper motors? That makes sense now...
Have the stl files for the vertical towers been done yet? I'd love to do the mods and still preserve the original parts.
Also, can you sell me the metal top and bottom?
I tried various things.When I put the card in the slot it's spring loaded and locks when you push in it releases. I think that's how it should work and it always has.
It stopped working in the print process,I'm just not sure what else to try. The socket seemed tight on the board. Does anyone know where to get a replacement sd reader that has the proper socket?
Thank you for sharing your experiences !!!
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I have the same issue and I just change SD name to "HERO" and WORKS!!!