I am a new user, experimenting with a V-one I bought 2nd hand.
I also bought brand new 150 um nozzles and broke 2 of them already. I did both the Hello World projects and experimenting with 0.5 pitch because I have a FPGA (VQFP100) board project.
One broke because I tried to print on a half clamped board which was a stupid idea. So that one is on me.
The other, well, no idea. The nozzle got too low and crashed while calibrating.
Height was set to 0.6mm.
I clean switches every time, I try to be extra careful, and still, it is so easy to break nozzles.
Everybody seems to be frustrated by that.
So please Voltera team, engineer nozzles that do not break that easily.
They do not have to be this thin externally.
They are also ridiculously expensive if you consider the price of manuacturing pcbs over seas. I got 10 qualiy boards manufactured for $2, shipped!
I think this is the key issue with this printer right now.
For the rest, the software is impressively good and everything seems to be well thought. So congrats and thanks!