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  1. Interesting. Hadn't considered that. Rubbing...

    Interesting. Hadn't considered that. Rubbing alcohol is 30% water so I can see that working as long an nothing is breaking down.

    The only problem I had was getting the glue too runny. It would...
  2. For some reason I have a lifetime supply of...

    For some reason I have a lifetime supply of CubeGlue :cool:
    Not because I have lots of bottles... maybe 6 or 7 due to the number of printers I have and 3 came with the CubePro.
    But because I...
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    Welcome to the forum jamesmatheson. Have you...

    Welcome to the forum jamesmatheson. Have you considered picking up an evaluation copy of Fusion 360 from Autodesk?
  4. That would be called an "ABS slurry". Never went...

    That would be called an "ABS slurry". Never went that route personally.

    BTW: CubeGlue can be thinned with water.

    I've not found a suitable alternative but I know there are some including...
  5. I know nothing about archive.org.

    I know nothing about archive.org.
  6. Good choice depends on a few things mainly price....

    Good choice depends on a few things mainly price.
    You go back to V2.00 with the hack. Or you can reset carts with ReCube.
    The plate is not heated. The chamber heater points at the build plate....
  7. A few options. Below are all ABS prints that...

    A few options. Below are all ABS prints that remain flat. CubePro prints are in a 50F-someodd degree environment.

    Cube3 - during a print, the build plate picks up quite a bit of heat to the...
  8. Someone really should back up that entire site...

    Someone really should back up that entire site somewhere. Anyone got an idea for a script to handle that?
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    Nice solution on the thermister mount!

    Nice solution on the thermister mount!
  10. CubePrint v4.03 indeed... coming up... ...

    CubePrint v4.03 indeed... coming up...

    http://cubify.s3.amazonaws.com/Printers/Cube/cube_print_4.03.exe

    Everything Cubify is at http://cubify.s3.amazonaws.com
    Just append the link you find on...
  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VONj-bBWC0I

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VONj-bBWC0I
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    You are not the first to notice the thermister...

    You are not the first to notice the thermister oddity. Just a choice they made long ago. Mainstream just went elsewhere.

    Looking forward to your findings on matching up 3rd party sensors.
  13. I'm using Shoe-Goo since it is removable. You...

    I'm using Shoe-Goo since it is removable. You only need the glue on the outer periphery pads. Be sure the piece lifts off easily enough before gluing.

    To attach, I put the piece over the magnets...
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    Yep, simple as remove the front and twist the...

    Yep, simple as remove the front and twist the fan.

    The squirrel cage in the fan comes too close to the duct in the plastic housing. You are getting a shear effect which generates the noise with a...
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    Cube3 F/W does not do micro-stepping All the...

    Cube3 F/W does not do micro-stepping All the case parts make noise. Fortunately it is manageable with 2 doors for me.
    However, the high pitch wine of the filament driver fans is due to a design...
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    The printer has to connect to the network on the...

    The printer has to connect to the network on the same side of the firewall as you. You and the printer have to be connected to the same network. Once the printer is successfully connected, your app...
  17. Those are slicer issues. Mine came out the same...

    Those are slicer issues. Mine came out the same way. They are perfectly functional as thin elements. Probably preferred :)
    PLA is the right material for this.
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    If it is high pitch whine, yes. The filament...

    If it is high pitch whine, yes. The filament driver motor fans are too close to the duct. You can move them back a little just by turning them slightly.
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    Sticky: There were some eBay sales of parts not long ago.

    There were some eBay sales of parts not long ago.
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    Sticky: PM on the way...

    PM on the way...
  21. Thread: Need Help

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    Your part is not adhering to the build plate?

    Your part is not adhering to the build plate?
  22. Thread: Need Help

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    Welcome to the forum Tomab9ek. it is very hard...

    Welcome to the forum Tomab9ek. it is very hard to see the details of the problem with the images. Can you describe what you are seeing?
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    Yes, the process is to open Arduino IDE; connect...

    Yes, the process is to open Arduino IDE; connect the wand; open the serial monitor; make contact with the chip; enter the command 8,99;<enter>; and a response will come up on the screen '8,0'. This...
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    Yes, use '8,99;' Ah, 9 is a Pro...

    Yes, use '8,99;<enter>'

    Ah, 9 is a Pro function as well. I missed that. This is needed when you go from CubePro to Cube3 for instance. The max amount is different.
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    [ THING ] Welcome to the forum robrook :)

    Welcome to the forum robrook :)
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