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  1. I am so glad glad someone else discovered this...

    I am so glad glad someone else discovered this form of restriction! Yes, my Cube3 does the very same thing with bowden tubes with insufficient ID. I can't adjust the driver's gap. But that is the...
  2. Thread: Z-ticks

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    Oh, I was hoping my explanation explained why I...

    Oh, I was hoping my explanation explained why I find auto-level to be detrimental to all prints. Furthermore, Once auto-level has been initiated, how do you stop it from acting? A brand new printer...
  3. Nice. Yes, Teflon has a way of getting around.

    Nice. Yes, Teflon has a way of getting around.
  4. Thread: Z-ticks

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    Assumption for the term "Auto-Level" implies the...

    Assumption for the term "Auto-Level" implies the system would actually help you level the plate when in fact it only brings the leveling error to within range for auto-compensation. The hype is...
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    [ HOW TO ] There is actually a hidden meaning behind...

    There is actually a hidden meaning behind auto-leveling... It is in reality level compensation. Meaning that if the bed was truly level, the system would not have to compensate.

    I strive to get...
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    You will end up with a Cube-Super. Looking...

    You will end up with a Cube-Super. Looking forward to your implementation.
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    CubePro Uno :)

    CubePro Uno :)
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    Oh yea, those are nasty. We did have one report...

    Oh yea, those are nasty. We did have one report that the failure is in the chip the hot end is plugged into. That daughter board the chip resides on is probably getting too hot for its own good.
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    What kind of error are you getting when it fails?

    What kind of error are you getting when it fails?
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    I suspect the problem is in the header. Do you...

    I suspect the problem is in the header. Do you have a way to decode a CubePro print. Make a print in CubePro and check that against your header.
  11. Bold choice on the glass! Should be good. Was...

    Bold choice on the glass! Should be good. Was going to warn you B-glass and PETG. Somehow PETG can pull chips out of plate B-glass!

    There are ruby tips now. Print your worst!

    Good she...
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    I might suggest that the thermisters are also...

    I might suggest that the thermisters are also part of the housekeeping protocol. Those features are not accessible in any form that I am aware of. This will be hard-coded in firmware. Canned...
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    Invalid file where? The printer or the app?

    Invalid file where? The printer or the app?
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    That is some really good information with regard...

    That is some really good information with regard to the hack and v2.00 of CubePro.

    Let me know if you need some help with the recube wand.
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    Short of correcting the curves in firmware, yes. ...

    Short of correcting the curves in firmware, yes. Not off topic at all. This appears to have plagued many.
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    If you upgrade to 2.02, does the heater work...

    If you upgrade to 2.02, does the heater work again?
  17. Not an expert but will welcome you to the forum...

    Not an expert but will welcome you to the forum and welcome back home. Thank you for your service!
    1) Thingiverse?
    2) A recent thread did that. Also... 510x510 maybe? I like this supplier;...
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    I suspect the Cube3 and CubePro use the same...

    I suspect the Cube3 and CubePro use the same thermister. The 100K ohm units are what the DIY industry settled for. 3D systems made their choice much earlier (whoever the early developer was) and...
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    [ THING ] PETG should be fine. PLA works too. Just not...

    PETG should be fine. PLA works too. Just not tested on mega-sessions.
  20. 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...
  21. 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?
  23. 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...
  24. I know nothing about archive.org.

    I know nothing about archive.org.
  25. 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....
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