Before proceeding, collect and record the following data:
- Is the hot end still heated?
- Are you printing via USB or an SD card?
- Is USB connected to a computer?
- Is there an error message on your Gigabot's Viki?
- Save your .factory file.
- Is your Gigabot plugged into an uninterrupted power supply?
- Does the Viki say “Gigabot Ready?”
- Computer interrupting via USB
- Corrupted Gcode - often, the hot end will still be hot and may have moved from its stopping point.
- Bad SD card - similar to corrupted Gcode.
- Power interruption - Hot end will be cold and in the place it stopped.
- Faulty connection or short circuit in the electrical system
- Print via SD card rather than via USB.
- Re-slice the object and make sure it fully saves to your SD card before printing
- Re-format or replace the SD card.
- Install an uninterrupted power supply (Uninterrupted Power Supply to Protect your Prints)
- Check all wired connections on the printer
- Isolate the affected branch of the system replace the parts (Troubleshooting Electrical System for Gigabot Resets)