E3D v6 Adaptor

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trae@greenlee.cc
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Re: E3D v6 Adaptor

Postby trae@greenlee.cc » Sat Dec 22, 2018 5:16 pm

JG's post documenting pinouts on the ribbon cable
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6580&start=20#p28328

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JohnSays
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Re: E3D v6 Adaptor

Postby JohnSays » Sat Dec 22, 2018 9:41 pm

Good idea. Thank you.
- John

2 Raise3D N2 Duals, Bondtech BMGs, adjustable table, Panucatt SD2224 drivers, run-out sensor, thermal overload protection, Firmware 1.1.9ABH - with Lin_Advance, Palette 2 Pro, Custom E3D hot end and ultra-light carriage and printer head

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Re: E3D v6 Adaptor

Postby mb300sd » Mon Dec 24, 2018 8:52 pm

I made a water cooling adapter.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3311766

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Re: E3D v6 Adaptor

Postby JohnSays » Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:35 pm

I've now solved my problem. I replaced the thermocouple and now everything is working again.

I also installed the 40w heater and can now print at 150mm/sec. I have found that I need to increase the temperature to print that fast. So the first layer is printed at (using eSun PLA+) 215C and then the body at 230C. Otherwise, the flow of the filament is too fast and is actually cooling the nozzle. At least that is my best guess. I'm getting very acceptable prints at 150mm/sec, acceleration of 3000, jerk of 12. Travel is 200mm/sec and acceleration of 2500.
- John

2 Raise3D N2 Duals, Bondtech BMGs, adjustable table, Panucatt SD2224 drivers, run-out sensor, thermal overload protection, Firmware 1.1.9ABH - with Lin_Advance, Palette 2 Pro, Custom E3D hot end and ultra-light carriage and printer head


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