So I just installed my Hemera on my Ender 3 pro (with an SKR mini board). I did all the firmware changes, including the stepper current change, I calibrated the e-steps, I did heat-tightening. Everything by the books. With the hemera I bought this TPU filament. I created a new cura profile for it, 0.5(-1) mm retraction, I experimented with the cooling fan (off-100%), I experimented with the print speed (30-60mm/s overall, meaning lower speeds for most parts), etc. Every single time I got a jam and a skipping extruder stepper with the filament looking like . The only way to get this stuff to print was to raise the temps to 245°C which is 15 degrees above the max. rated temp for that filament. And it resulted in a pretty rought quality print. I am normally printing PETG which worked very well right from the start and actually produced a better quality than my ender hotend right on the first print I did. Any ideas what's happening? I thought the hemera was the go-to solution for flexibles. It seems to not work at all for me.