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Move exceeds maximum extrusion (4.357mm^2 vs 0.640mm^2)


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Hi what is this error mean? "Move exceeds maximum extrusion (4.357mm^2 vs 0.640mm^2)"

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It stop mid print. It's been printing an hour and stop with this.

[2023-01-21 21:45:40,066] INFO: Klipper: Standby
[2023-01-21 23:50:07,689] ERROR:  Move exceeds maximum extrusion (4.357mm^2 vs 0.640mm^2)

[2023-01-21 23:50:07,695] INFO:  Move exceeds maximum extrusion (4.357mm^2 vs 0.640mm^2)
 See the 'max_extrude_cross_section' config option for details

[2023-01-21 23:50:08,149] INFO:  Unknown command:"M108"

Help please.

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It means you are trying to extrude or move more than the extruder config settings will allow. I ran into similar long ago. Look in your printer.cfg under the extruder section. That is where the max_extrude_cross_section entry is. So you're trying to push 4.357mm^2 through and the config file is limiting to 0.64mm^2. I have mine set to 5 as suggested by the KAMPS purge macro and have had no ill side effects.

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20 hours ago, claudermilk said:

It means you are trying to extrude or move more than the extruder config settings will allow. I ran into similar long ago. Look in your printer.cfg under the extruder section. That is where the max_extrude_cross_section entry is. So you're trying to push 4.357mm^2 through and the config file is limiting to 0.64mm^2. I have mine set to 5 as suggested by the KAMPS purge macro and have had no ill side effects.

max_extrude_cross_section = 5

or 

max_extrude_cross_section = 50

?

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