Yes but the extruder that I used was dry. Next to that it's sealed with silicon the cpasle itself and the silicon I put on it.Lioric wrote:And there you have it, nothing to do with bad thermistors or underspec'ed
They are NOT designed to withstand water and even less, thermal shocks from water and heat, that produces small cracks in the ceramic, and as you might already know, that changes the resistance and results in what you are experiencing.
It it hold 10 hours without the slightest problem. If water were inside it had destroyed it very rapied not in 10hours.
can you link me that datasheet?Lioric wrote: From B57560G104F datsheet page 12: "Cleaning agents based on water are not allowed."
The one I have stops at page 6. -> http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/102485.pdf
there is no remarks about water not allowed.
I have bought exatcly that one with the glass body threated it all the same way and not the slightest sign of any instability.
So my one doesnt crack the capsle one does. Then I prefer my one.