I’ve seen this question asked once in a while but there weren’t clear answers.
I’m attempting to print just a handful of really low volume parts. My tank is more or less full but I have no more resin left in the cartridge.
Does anyone know if it’s possible to force start the print without the tank sensing a “full” level? I’ve been waiting for an hour for the machine to throw an error to see if there is an option to skip.
I’m not aware of one.
I suppose the way to trick the printer would be to affix something to the level-sensor, so that it’s permanently in the “full” position. The level sensor is the float that’s in the far left corner.
2 hours later and my machine finally threw an error and allowed me to hit “Continue” to force a print. So we’ll see how it goes!
Drives me nuts, too. We need a manual override that can be set at the start of a job.
I have the same problem, empty cartridge, resin in the tank and instead show the “error message” after 5-10 minutes of “void refill”, in my last print the message doesn’t appear after 2 hours.
I have rebooted the printer, re calibrate im the tank and so on… but I can’t print. I know I have around 200 ml or more in the tank an I want to print a60 ml part . What can I do?