The very first thing to do after you have received your new 3d printer is to run a test to make sure everything is working correctly. If your printer is not working correctly, then it will not be able to give you the best results when printing. There are two ways in which this can be tested. The first way is to try and see if your model is printing correctly as you would expect. The other way is to use a third party testing program to check on the performance of your printer.
The most important thing to check is that the first layer of your 3d printer is sticking firmly to the surface of the print area. This will help you know that your printer is going to work just fine. When the first layer of your 3d printer starts to peel off, then there could be some problems with your unit. You will need to remove the paper from your 3d printer and take it for repairs or simply return it to the store for a replacement. Here are some things that you should check before calling the repair shop:
Cleaning the Print Heads: Before you clean the print heads, you will need to unplug it from the computer and take it for a good cleaning. It will be beneficial to use a cloth with gentle cleaning liquid as it is likely that the casing may have been stuck to the motor when you started your printing. Once you have done this, you can wipe it down to remove any dust or particles that may be stuck inside. You may want to use an old toothbrush or a cotton bud with some alcohol. The alcohol will clean the areas better.
Check the Printer Lights: After you have switched the printer on, you will notice that the printer lights will go off and stay off until the next time that you turn it on. This is quite normal. There will be times when the light will stay on but then go off when you do something else.
Check the Print Speed: The speed of the print is one of the most common causes of problems that you may face with your 3D printer. If you have any problems with your print jobs or you are getting some funny results from them, it is advisable that you check the speed of the printer before calling the manufacturer or technician to help you. You should be able to get a pretty good idea of how fast your printer is. This will help you determine if there is something wrong with your model or maybe with your connection.
Try Different Filters: You can also try different printing techniques on your printer to determine if there is any problem with it. Most common problems are caused by either too low or too high of a setting. Try out different settings until you find the one that is correct. If you still experience the same problems after trying out different settings, then your issue is not actually with your 3D printer but with your printing process.
Check for Corrupt Drivers: Another very common reason for issues is that your driver may be corrupt. It can be a simple matter of updating your system and removing old software programs or even installing new software but the problem may go unnoticed until your next reboot or power cycle. To solve this problem, you need to first reinstall your operating system. Then, you should run a registry cleaner software program. It will detect errors in your system and safely fix them without any hassle.
Bad Bed Auto Fills Technology: Sometimes the printer won't start at all or it takes too long to fill the material. This problem can be caused by an incompatible bed technology between your printer and the device you are using. In order to fix this, you should check the manufacturer's website to see if they have a generic replacement bed that will work with your printer. You may also want to try other bed technologies such as infrared. This technology may be more expensive but it usually fixes more problems than just auto filling.