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- Tue Mar 17, 2020 8:45 pm
- Forum: How-to/Guides/Tips
- Topic: Scaling and Horizontal Offset
- Replies: 17
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IMHO, it's all within the realm of realistic manufacturing tolerances. A small difference between pulley diameters for the belts could impact the travel distance. The belts are toothed so that would help minimize it, but I don't believe a small difference between axes is something to be concerned ab...
- Fri Jan 31, 2020 4:28 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: PETG bonds to PEI like superglue!
- Replies: 4
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I have printed LOTS of PETG, almost exclusively on PEI sheet. To remove parts, I use a 1/2" wood chisel. I lay the back side of the blade flat against the build plate and put the cutting edge of the chisel right at the contact point between the sheet and the part. A light tap with a plastic hammer i...
Zipped step file attached. There are a couple square bosses that hang from the upper housing. Those are for a ceramic resistor I used to slow the fan. You can remove those if you have other plans electrically. This attached to the grill features on the electronics box with over-sized washers to cove...
Can you explain what's going on here? Not about to click on a link with no explanation behind it.woodworker2001 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 04, 2019 8:20 pmI finally found this link. It is a great easy way to reset the initial Z height
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4et2bvwry3bc ... J5-Ja?dl=0
I have made two attempts to laminate with silicone and both have failed. The first was a technique issue - I don't have a press so I'm using multiple woodworking clamps. I had two issue with my first attempt - I poured the entire amount of adhesive in the center of the plate, but it never worked its...
I've wanted to get some heavy plates for clamping build surfaces for a long time - today I finally broke down and ordered them. A pair of 12x12x3/4" MIC6 plates - from McMaster. I found they also have glass spacer beads - .01" diameter. A 1-oz size bottle for $11 - so I ordered those too. A little s...