Because Snapmaker 2.0 is made of metal, it is unavoidable that there will be some noise during it is working. Here are links to shows you the noises that are normal for Snapmaker 2.0.
- Print in lines: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1elXkTeePGEyXqT4Z2Ayy96oZKr2tkLOS
- Print in curves: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gBNS2ojwB3kEWe3XQlWgL6m50DJmFjN5
But when the noise has obvious frequency changes and is unbearable, some checks are needed. Here I offer a link of example for you to refer to:
1, First, you need to make sure all the screws are fixed firmly, especially those in the heated bed or platform.
2, Please dismantle the heated bed and the platform the test the carriages of the Y-axes. Use a steel straight rule to check if there are uneven areas in the surface of them. Here I attach an image for you to refer to.
3, You can shake the carriage with your hands to test if it is loosened? If the carriages are uneven or loosened, please send the images or videos to email@example.com
Here is a video for your reference: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mA8iRQ5f_Ti15-xL2XruRlhXcKpItVVF
4, Please dismantle the no-wire end slot of the linear module and check if the rails in it is peeled off. You can roll up the steel strip and check the guide rails.
5, Please dismantle the print sheet and platform from the Y axes.
Control the linear module via the touchscreen and check if the noise remains.
Please connect the machine with a computer with the provided USB cable and open the console Snapmaker Luban.
Enter the command “G0 F3000 Y100”, which commands the Y-axes to move 100mm.
Please check if the noise continues and send me a video of it.
Enter the command “G0 F415 Y100” to test for low-frequency resonances.
Please forward the results of troubleshooting to the support team via firstname.lastname@example.org