Originally shared by Michel DA SILVA I solved the noise of the enclosure but

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(Michel DA SILVA) #1

Originally shared by Michel DA SILVA

I solved the noise of the enclosure but it is still a sound that I can not delete ( independent of the enclosure ) . The noise comes from one column , I stretched and relaxed the belt but it did nothing.

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(Rien Stouten) #2

sounds like the nozzle scraping over the previous layer.

(Michel DA SILVA) #3

@Rien_Stouten It’s not from the nozzle, noise come from the column. The quality of the print is really good, if it was from scraping the part will be affected.

(Michael Scholtz) #4

The rubber seal on one of your bearings maybe.

(Michel DA SILVA) #5

+Michael Scholtz it’s more than possible… I am looking at it printing a big part and i think i will try to change the bearing.

(Jan de Jager) #6

It could be the bearing itself. Try and turn the bearing and see if the noise changes.

(Michel DA SILVA) #7

I removed the bearing… It really came from the bearing :). Thank you so much, now it’s super silent and i still didn’t have doors and roof…