.2mm Nozzle, Clicking sound

<p>Hi </p><p>I got my Cetus 3D MKII yesterday, and it worked like a champ right out of the box, quite fantastic I must say. I´w had it running more or less 24/7 since. </p><p> </p><p>But this evening I changed to the .2mm nozzle, calibrated, changed the nozzle setting and then this clicking sound from the feed, so I increased the temp first 5 then 10 degrees still clicking. To me it seems Up Studio slicer is “over” feeding the .2mm nozzle. Is there any solutions to this?</p><p> </p><p>Kåre </p>

<p>I hadn’t had any luck with anything other than the 0.4mm nozzle on my MKII, using the Cetus software. I’ve been meaning to try making it work with S3D but haven’t had the time yet. From my experience, the Cetus software doesn’t compensate feed speed correctly for both the 0.2mm and 0.6mm nozzles.</p>

<p>Thanks a lot Addohm. That confirms my suspicion. I was hoping the Cetus slicer had improved, well I guess I have to make to with .4mm for now then. </p><p> </p><p>K</p>

I also have this sometimes with the 0.4mm nozzle when the printer prepares the first layer of a raft. The cetus software tells the feeder to push the filament inside the nozzle but the pressure is too much so the feeder slips through on the filament. Never treid the other nozzles but can imagine what will happen on 0.2 nozzle…