I can also add that the left front always detaches during a larger print. I rarely print large objects, as I print miniatures only. Makes me think the bed is warped. I know the Nylock option might fix that, but since the printer is under warranty, I can’t do that, or my warranty is void.
Plus, I think my new SuperPinda is already failing again too. Every couple of prints, it forgets where to start printing, just like last time when it started to fail. A first layer calibration fixes it for now, just like it did back then. I take pics to gather evidence. Once it goes totally off, I will run the test and gather the numbers for their helpdesk. I gather plenty of evidence, as I noticed last time by the way it was handled, that I need to.
Anyway, after Prusa fixed it, it printed better than when I bought it, but that doesn’t last long, does it!
I had this printer for 9 months and I have 2 months of acceptable print quality without too much hassle, 3.5 months out for repairs, and 3.5 months of constant struggle. I bought it 9 months ago to finish one of both big print projects for my blog, and have not succeeded to finish even one of both off!
Some of my readers even completely scrapped their plan to buy a 3D printer because of all the print issues I have. 2 previous printers were killed because of regular blackouts. New electricity here, designed by me and installed by hub. Officially checked and approved. But I live in a farm community where farmers clean their stables, forget their fuse boxes and spray water on them to cause blackouts, according to the provider. I put the Prusa on a battery, lesson learned after my second printer died.
I love 3D printing so much, being disabled and at home almost 24/7, it makes me cry that I paid so much and it’s so bad.