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To give each printer a fair shake I am loading my models into the default slicer, In Cura I can select which extruder it prints supports from and I can tell it to only use the expensive PVA for the interface layer, before I found this selling I was going through 7 to 10 rolls of PVA a month, I don’...
- Wed Jul 24, 2019 10:31 am
- Forum: Pro2 Series
- Topic: Lowering Print Platform during Filament Reload
- Replies: 9
- Views: 2126
I would assume this is an issue that occurs when you have only printed a few layers? Otherwise i don't see why you would want to lower the build platform? You could also just clean the nozzle before restarting the print can you not?
- Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:37 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Raise3d Pro 2 vs UM3/5S vs Taz Pro
- Replies: 2
- Views: 4423
To be fair, what you are asking is a probably a long and outdrawn answer and therefore no one has responded to you. There are a lot of dedicated users on this forum, but I don't think there are a lot of users that have tried out all three printers you are talking about. I can tell you the reason I c...
Thanks for the tip, I will probably use the e3d thermistors when I change out the hot ends. I have made an adapter for the mosquito, which I plan to print. Have you printed yours or have you made it in another way? If the heat dissapation is as good as you say it is I think I could get away with us...
Thanks for the tip, I will probably use the e3d thermistors when I change out the hot ends. I have made an adapter for the mosquito, which I plan to print. Have you printed yours or have you made it in another way? If the heat dissapation is as good as you say it is I think I could get away with usi...
Grymt att det fungerar igen! Kolla in deras hjälpsidor, där finns hur man byter allt. På kabelstegen tipsar jag om att ta det lite försiktigt, några av mina gick sönder vid spännet när jag lossade dem. Wow att det började brinna. Har pratat med en kompis som pluggar till brandingenjör om vad man kan...
Känner igen problemet att det klickar men inte roterar fast det inte är något material i. Jag behövde byta extruder och då fungerade motorerna som de ska igen. Jag har dessutom satt på kylflänsar på mina då jag märkte (som så många andra) att motorerna blev sjukt varma. Nu kör jag med dörren öppen, ...
- Mon May 20, 2019 3:35 pm
- Forum: Printing Settings
- Topic: Extruder heights while printing raft?
- Replies: 17
- Views: 3514
I also had an issue with the nozzle lifting system. This is kind of silly when I remember it but you could check it anyway. If you remove the hot ends, can you move the lifting system? In my case the heat sinks were a tiny bit rotated. This meant that they could not move up and down clearly. This is...
Hur fungerade det med Raise egna PLA? Skrivaren ska vara ju vara optimerad för den plasten. Den ska fungera perfekt, tycker inte den är så dyr heller egentligen och kan vara en bra start om ni vill att skrivaren ska jobba mer självständigt. Håller också med om att Prima Select är bättre. Får jag frå...
The wipe wall is used to establish a consistent flow and to wipe the nozzle before moving to the model. This will make your model cleaner (prettier). These terms that you are talking about is not only a thing that Raise is using, but is standard in most FFF 3D-printers. I recommend checking out some...
- Wed May 15, 2019 1:20 pm
- Forum: Printing Settings
- Topic: Changing "First Layer" Settings
- Replies: 8
- Views: 2064
You could try using dense support layers, that will make the support at the top better. The drawback is that it might be hard to remove the support from the model. I would advise using PVA in that case or experiment more with support infill, gap to model or other support settings.
Spud wrote:so Superlube on all smooth stainless rods?
I just used the grease on all of those......where oh where are the instructions?
I found it under maintenance, https://support.raise3d.com/pro2-series ... ent_id=226 .