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Problems with polymer calculation

Postby orlan » Thu Apr 27, 2017 2:39 pm

Hi after an unsuccessful printing in a bottle the polymer remains. but the printer thinks it's spent. When the calculated value of the polymer in the bottle is 0%, it does not print from the program, since it considers that the bottle is empty as can be made to print. Problems from the label of the NSF are a pity to throw out the polymer residues.
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