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Galileo 2 VFA

2023WRX

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Hey guys, I have a small issue I can't seem to resolve. I recently swapped over to the Galileo 2 extruder and I'm now getting a crazy amount VFA. I've looked over the entire printer and rechecked the extruder to see if maybe something was printed oddly, but no luck. I tried messing with the tensioner as well as a "lets see if this helps" but again, nothing. If anyone has any suggestions on what I should look into it would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Hazarding a guess here but the first thing that comes to mind is making sure the planetary gears are properly setup and not binding and are lubricated? I suspect getting those right is one of the most critical steps.
 
Hazarding a guess here but the first thing that comes to mind is making sure the planetary gears are properly setup and not binding and are lubricated? I suspect getting those right is one of the most critical steps.
Yeah I had it apart a few times to double and triple check everything. All lubricated up and it sits in properly without forcing it in. So I'm not to sure.
 
Another guessing here: Bump your temperature by 10 degrees and see if these persist. I had similar artifacts because I was a trying to extrude ABS at the lowest possible temperatures I could get away with. My extruder was able to push all necessary filament through however leaving extreme bite marks that produced these oddly beautiful, carbon-fiber like artifacts.
 
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