Got my Flux a week back and finally had time to set it up. So everything seems to be working just fine (camera, 3D print heating module, motors, and what-not), except for: the feeding mechanism in the top cap of Flux.
Whenever I load filament through Flux Studio, the feeder motors that are supposed to push the filament through make a noise and seem to move, and indeed feeds filament through, but only for a little bit before it stops (motors continue moving, but filament stops). If I manually push more filament through then the feeder catches on to the filament and pushes it for a few cm before it stops again. I wonder if this is an issue with the feeder grip, or something else. Does anyone have this issue?
On top of that, the hardware build quality is pretty superb, I'll post a review once I get the filament feeder working