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I'm thinking of exchanging my extruder motor as well. For this I need some help for selectig a motor, that runs cooler than the supplied Minbea one (got the N2 Dual). Because at Vref=0,5 I still have troubles extruding even HT-filaments on long prints (>7hrs) with closed lid. So far I found these tw...
Well, my "factory leveled bed" looked like this at 65°C (see Attachment). This meant, I was completely unable to print lager prints or multiple objects at the same time, because bed leveling was more or less "bed area leveling" and did not at all work for the entire thing. Trying...
- Thu May 31, 2018 7:32 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Has anyone been able to print PLA with soluble support on an N2?
- Replies: 3
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Hi, could you please publish your settings for the BVOH? I'm just trying to make it work for my N2 with PETG
Hi, Planning to swap the original bed with a custom heated bed due to massive flatness deviations and thus failing large prints... :roll: Can anyone tell me what the marked components (if possible + datasheet) in the pictures are and how much W the original heatbed needs? If nothing was changed by R...
- Tue Dec 19, 2017 4:21 pm
- Forum: Printing Settings
- Topic: Problems with metal (bronze) filled PLA
- Replies: 3
- Views: 448
Hi, i bought a pack of Colorfabbs "Bronze Fill" (75-80€/kg) to print a "large" model (250mm height) for decorational purpose. I've been using this filament without any problems on DeltaTower V2 and V3 and even in a GermanRepRap X400 sliced by cura. On the N2 with IL as a slicer I...
- Thu Oct 26, 2017 5:06 pm
- Forum: User's Gallery
- Topic: PVA Support Material Test
- Replies: 25
- Views: 6892
Hi, i use the Formfutura PVA and it seems to be easy to print at 185-200°C. Nice adhesion to the naked glas at 70-85°C and good printing quality as long as it's the only material and there are no retractions. If I use it in dual extrusion though, i cant make it past the 2-3 layer of PLA/PETG (no bon...