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- Sat Apr 09, 2016 3:02 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Is not unloading filament leading to clogs?
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Using other printers I've noticed that 90% of clogs/jams are caused by filament melting up into the downtube from the cold end to the hotend. (not certain what to call it). These seem more or less random occurrences and I am trying to figure out why these occur. I wonder if letting the filament cool...
Greetings Nargal; In my opinion, the answer to "what resolrtion is good enough" is what you need it to be. If you are making a box for a Pi computer then there must be room for the board to fit, holes for the mounts and connections, etc. So you must identify your own parameters. For exampl...
- Sun Apr 03, 2016 10:50 pm
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: help. nozzle keeps bumping into part im printing
- Replies: 9
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fwiw: every time I've had similar problems on other printers it has been due to inadequate cooling of the previous layers.
Andy, I think that its a double mold system: you print out a wedge that is a "positive" matching the shape of 1/6 of your mirror. THen you make a silicone mold of that wedge print (the first negative) and use that to make 6 plaster positives. Then you clean up and assemble the plaster posi...