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- Mon Aug 10, 2020 4:41 am
- Forum: How-to/Guides/Tips
- Topic: Heat Insert Technique?
- Replies: 13
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i've had good experience 3d printing holes to the tap drill diameter which always print a little smaller, then cleaning the hole with the proper size tap drill held in either a pin vise or a 1/4 inch jacobs chuck I keep for this sort of thing, then tapping for the thread I want. I do a lot of 10-32,...
- Tue Aug 04, 2020 12:26 pm
- Forum: Modifications
- Topic: Slice Engineering Copperhead hot end 450C
- Replies: 3
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I don't see how you are going to get good heat transfer from the heating element without the paste. And sensor won't work reliably either. I bought one of these for my M2E but haven't installed it yet. I plan to shorten the heat-break tube so that the length of the assembled device is same as makerg...
the M2 is at the shop about a mile from home. i use Octopi and can monitor the printing via the webcam which watches what's going on. I use VNC so can watch it from home. If there is a problem, I can shut down the print, which then does a soft shutdown on the printer. my 20 hour print has about 4 ho...
I'm using the MakerGear Forum recommended PETG setup for Simplify3D with my M2/E. The printer is not enclosed and the ambient temperature in the shop is 75F. Setup above calls for turning fan on after printing the first layer, using 87C for bed and 247C for extruder. I'm used to getting a little lif...