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Remove the plate and rub ice on the opposite side of where the print sits. Be sure that the glass is cooled down to room temperature before using ice on it, or you will surely crack the glass plate. A better method is to allow the plate to cool and then put the whole plate into the freezer for a fe...
- Wed Mar 07, 2018 2:15 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: One extruder or dual-extruder?
- Replies: 19
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If the heights of the left and right nozzles are exactly matched, no problem arises. Yeah, until you use a filament like PLA, which has a tendency to curl upward on corners and overhangs, and the curled part then hits the other nozzle and knocks the piece off the buildplate, or at best, simply drag...
So you mean if you pull the spring steal off before the bed has cooled down the magnets will protrude out of the base? I wasn't planning on using the buildtak sheet that comes with it, I already have a sheet of pei waiting to use instead ;) The problem happens if you LIFT the steel plate while the ...
- Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:23 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: If I use the N2+ in a small bedroom with poor ventilation, will fire alarm in my condo be activated?
- Replies: 4
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Re: If I use the N2+ in a small bedroom with poor ventilation, will fire alarm in my condo be activated?
I have one in a 10x12' bedroom with an air filter in the room, and the smoke alarm has not gone off.
I print a similar part - 20cm X 10cm X 5mm. Same issue with corners lifting. It gave me fits using Buildtak. Didn't stick at all well. In my experience ABS didn't stick worth a darn to Buildtak, no matter what I did with temps and speeds - the ABS shrinks too much as it cools to stick to the mediocr...
Whatever you do, Do Not Ever Lift the metal plate while hot - you must Slide it off the base plate. If you lift it, the magnets will protrude themselves into the rubbery baseplate and stick out the top by 2-3mm, ruining it. Personally I found Buildtak useless. PEI/Ultem works lots better and lasts l...
- Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:57 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: no networking all of a sudden
- Replies: 16
- Views: 432
Would you like to share the origin link of the thread or the ticket number of your case to let me check more details about your problem?
No thanks. I've got one method (wifi) that works, so I see no need to waste my time debugging something that doesn't.