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- Thu Dec 06, 2018 2:50 am
- Forum: Modifications
- Topic: Pre-Rev. E HBP Wire Bracket Upgrade
- Replies: 2
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I stuck a Keenovo 250W/24v heater directly to the underside of a MIC6 plate, and I'm using your bracket to strain-relief the corregated tubing. Hopefully it goes well
- Mon Jun 11, 2018 3:06 pm
- Forum: Filament
- Topic: Large Overhead Filament Spools
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I added filament runout sensors to my printers, now I just let them run until the 1kg spool runs out. The print pauses and waits for me to change out the filament, and everything works as I'd hope. With a simple print and a drill, you can also reload the 1kg spools from a 25kg master spool, too. Thi...
- Mon Jun 11, 2018 2:22 pm
- Forum: Getting Started
- Topic: (used) new makergear purchase
- Replies: 3
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If it's a dual V4 extruder (vs a custom one) with a 3-point spider and a top-homing setup, it's a prototype dual -- so Rev D, ~ ish. I'd take the whole thing (carefully) apart, clean all the slides with WD40 / QTips over and over, and re-lube with sewing machine oil. Make sure the fans are clean and...
- Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:40 pm
- Forum: Tech Support
- Topic: Unexpected y-axis shift mid print
- Replies: 15
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This is absolutely a weight/acceleration related issue, and if you haven't added a heavy aluminum bed, the default values of 3k for M201, M202 and M204 work perfectly fine for a part weight up to about 45grams. This is consistent across many different parts. Dropping those values to 2k (from 3k) al...
You can stop using that horrible lithium grease in the carriages. It's supposed to be a very thin machine oil. The lithium was for the old metal-on-metal Z axis. Take the carriage off, clean it out with WD40 and alcohol until it's dry, then lubricate with 1 drop per side of sewing machine oil. Clean...