Just make sure. Are you using the latest firmware and ideaMaker?
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So the bottom left calibration thingy, is the same setting as my 2 failed prints. Both of the failed prints got about 1/3rd of the way up before the filament started grinding. The extrusion looks fine of the two tests you post. Did you increase the Z gap when printing the Simon's support and decrea...
You can not get out of that window without walking to the printer and pressing done, safety feature to prevent printing before someone emptied the printbed (i would like to see an option to click done from the software too, at my own risk of course :) ) Thanks for your help, Werner. You are going t...
So for some time now I've wanted to create a full suit of armor to be apart of the 405th. Here's the helmet after I got the printer working and my first full scale project. There are multiple pieces to it, but I used 1/8 x 3/4 Tension Pins to hold it together until I can figure out what to use to m...
- Tue May 10, 2016 1:47 am
- Forum: Feature Requests, Ideas, Wishes
- Topic: IdeaMaker Questions/Request
- Replies: 2
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Is there a way to move an object on the Z-axis? If not, can we add it to IdeaMaker? The cut seems to be along the entire plane, can we add maybe with the CTRL button that it will cut just the size of the shown plane? (bad ascii, currently it will cut the lower piece as well) ----|-- | | ------ Than...
- Mon May 09, 2016 10:43 am
- Forum: Software
- Topic: Actual Infill Density vs Slicer Percentage
- Replies: 23
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I've noticed that sometimes a small change in the percentage fill value used can make a seemingly huge difference in the subjective fill density. I haven't done the actual math to know whether the slicer is operating correctly and this is a non-intuitive subjective thing, or whether it's a slicer b...
Working on a better method of bed leveling, I have designed a bracket to attach to the rails and rest against the extruder housing. I have not fully validated the model yet as I am running some long cycles on the printer. I have test fitted it and it clips in well, here are a couple of shots to giv...
- Mon May 09, 2016 8:56 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Nozzle leveling and insulation.
- Replies: 14
- Views: 4288
good timing I was just ordering some more as my N2+ should be here shortly! BTW May recommend that you DO NOT buy the stuff meant for barbecue grills! It has an adhesive on it that degrades even at 200C even though the insulation is rated at 600C. http://www.amazon.com/Ceramic-Insulation-Improves-P...
There should be three options when complete the print. Add another job, Reprint last job, Done. If you choose "Add another job", then it will move to the prints select tab. You can choose something in SD card or U disk or Local Storage to print. Like start a new print. If you choose "...
- Mon May 09, 2016 3:18 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Need help with printing Poly Support
- Replies: 35
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Thanks, the bed temp at 60 made it stick real good, but was able to remove without an issue. The electronics cover printed fine, except for a little jog at the top of the round fan housing. It joged over for a few layers, then returned to the original x-axis spot. I thought this was strange. It is ...
- Mon May 09, 2016 3:05 am
- Forum: Software
- Topic: ideaMaker Toolhead Offsets and Updated Firmware
- Replies: 11
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What are you trying to set to a neg value ? In S3D you can set a neg tool offset (+ or -25mm) and in ideamaker you should not need to offset it at all just select the dual extruder printer and it sets it for you I am printing calibration prints and the right extruder is printing off in the Y direct...
might just take the little bit of extra time and reslice with the max number of shells i can set (10 in stead of 6) since i will have to charge the customer dearly... might as wel try to deliver something that lasts more then one night.... btw Derek, why is it limited to 10 ? :) In most cases we me...
I've noticed the N2 sized BuildTak sheets have been "out of stock" in the R3D U.S. web store for a while now. Is there some way we can source these in the correct size from another supplier? I assume some must exist if N2 printers are still being made and sold :) I buy the 12" x 12&q...
Hello everyone! I've been following these boards for about a month or so now and I've finally pushed the button and ordered my N2! If anyone has any advice on what I should start printing right away (Electronic Vents, Filament feeders, ect) Let me know! Also, I've not yet found a solution for the p...
- Fri May 06, 2016 10:29 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Heated Bed always goes down (Z axis motor problem)
- Replies: 4
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Hi All, My name is Eren. I am from Turkey. Today, I have a problem. My heated bed is always going down. I try; 1-Start print: It landed the table below. He hit the ground. I stop printer power. I rotate the Z screw shaft by hand. And open machine. 2-Touch panel: ı click 10mm up z. My bed going down...