I have purchased the files from a guy, and cannot get the parts to print, it starts to string almost right away. Any ideas or pointers?
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Mandalorian Helmet - has anyone successfully printed one on CR-6 SE
Setup was so easy on my cell phone. But wait ! I do not use my cell phone to slice and create models.
That is too much, if I had known this box did not have a URL to access it, then I would not have purchased it.
Will Creality be making it work via a URL from a PC.
RE: PC access
Received my box today. Set up was a breeze. Using is a bit clunky. Seriously lacking the ability to upload models directly from PC. The only work around I've found it to email it to myself, open it on my phone and proceed from there. Any have a better way, please share.
This issue needs to be addressed. I do not work from my phone with models.
Please make it so we can access the box from our pc.
RE: Burned out motherboard on new CR6SE what do I do?
Did you use the USB port, mine did the same thing. Realized that F3 and U9 near the USB port was burned out.
This is a design flaw in the USB circuit.
RE: Power Switch
I guess not, as that printer smoked and I got another one. the power switch is NOT lit up when on.
That would be nice to see, as the Geeetech I had did lite up.
Story on the Geeetech is it went into boot loop and could not recover, so I decided on a printer like the CR-6
because of the three main items.
- color LCD
- Touch screen
I am still very happy with this printer, and ordered the USB cloud box to see it that will work for me.
RE: Cr-6 SE - USB connection
After I connected my desktop via a USB cable to the printer, BOTH THE PRINTER AND MY COMPUTER DIED. I have no idea how a USB cable connection could even do that, but it happened anyway. I've asked Creality support to help me and have sent my computer to a repair shop.
I was running the firmware the printer was delivered with. Needless to say, I'm very unhappy at this moment... I was getting the hang of getting some nice prints and now this...
My suggestion: Do NOT connect the printer via USB, unless Creality guarantees it is safe to do so.
Mine did the same thing, on the main CR-6 board SMD Fuse F3 and SMD chip U9 were both burned.
My CR-6 has killed my PC
Well, it smoked and that was about 20 minutes after I plugged in the USB to my PC, now the printer is dead, but being replaced. I love the CR-6 for all it does.
Went back to check my PC USB port and that one port is dead. I know Creality will get this resolved soon.
RE: Just got a CR-6
Well it smoked, and the parts that burned on the mobo are U9 near the USB port and Fuse F3.
This is bad USB circuit, as when I got close to the shield on the USB and plugged in my PC USB cable, I noticed sparks.
Then tried again no sparks, 28 hours later I was going to print via USB and then it smoked. This can be fixed easily with a replacement mobo.
and redesign of the board USB.
Smoked - what is exactly burning up
Printed several models, and then connected the USB for printing from the Creality s/w, and after about 30 minutes, the color display went black, and I heard small sputtering from inside.
Sounds like the mobo or something on it. Is this a factory replaceable part, or what.
WARNING to users for Creality to include in shipments
This printer is awesome, but there are TWO very important warnings to be posted on the printer BED, in YELLOW and BLACK
- Make sure the power setting is set for your country 120vac or 220 vac. on the back
- The drawer contains all the accessories.