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Interesting finding: The manufacturer is waiting for new boards and rec that I sanded the boards with fine grit. I sanded with 800 and 16oo grit and white flakes started coming off the plate - My guess is that the hairspray is contaminated with some heavy wax that you can't easily wash off. It accum...
- Mon Nov 06, 2017 6:03 pm
- Forum: Printing Settings
- Topic: Printing a Balloon that can be inflated
- Replies: 15
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good luck, I wanted to do pneumatic robotics but to get something that flexible it won't print. You may go with thinner wallls but they wont be air tight and will fail. One thought is print then coat the interior with a silicone type covering, not sure how that is done
- Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:45 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Bond Tech Extruders . Any good, whats the improvement?
- Replies: 17
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20171105_172335.jpg The heads are 1/2 the weight. I tried setting speed to 200mm/sec and infill to 300mm/sec. (Actually prints about the same speed as 100mm/sec due to acceleration limits, I think). Did a torture test, 10cmx10cmx1cm 1 shell and layer box. Minimal ringing, fill had a problem but WOW...
- Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:35 pm
- Forum: Others
- Topic: RINGING the electromechanical challenge
- Replies: 37
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JERK- jetguy explained it to me. Jerk is the speed below which acceleration/ deceleration will NOT be applied. Acceleration - still don't understand it. Units on display are max mm/sec. not mm/sec**2. If not at max, how do you calculate how much acceleration to apply? Does the slicer know jerk and a...