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    Sticky: The original poster on OpenBuilds seems to have...

    The original poster on OpenBuilds seems to have pulled the files according to recent reports. If you failed there, there is no replacement dropbox.

    Do know that CubePro has reported some...
  2. Not me. Others have replaced all the electronics...

    Not me. Others have replaced all the electronics with open source hardware.
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    The grub screws are used to adjust the print-head...

    The grub screws are used to adjust the print-head but the larger screws are what holds it in place. Process: Loosen the mounting screws; adjust 'level' with grub screws; tighten mounting screws.
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    Excellent. You could put in some kind of noisy...

    Excellent. You could put in some kind of noisy movements to call your attention to the printer. Maybe do 100 moves in and out of the wiper for instance.

    The only limitations I found with PETG is...
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    I pause using the front panel. I've also...

    I pause using the front panel. I've also preloaded a very long bowden tube with different colors. I haven't tried a pause in the print file.

    I use a very, read: V E R Y light touch with the...
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    Funny, mine still zero's to the orange lokbuild. ...

    Funny, mine still zero's to the orange lokbuild. It is doing some kind of reflection/refraction sensing. I am still not clear on how it is done.

    To get past the auto-gap, just put a white piece...
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    That won't weld a paperclip but it will melt...

    That won't weld a paperclip but it will melt solder and with a little flux, you can solder copper, nickel, or tin parts easily.

    Tamer1an; mine is rounded out also, but much worse. The sacrificial...
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    I'll be interested to see if you can make M226...

    I'll be interested to see if you can make M226 work. The system is waiting for a prompt but the software/firmware may not have a hook for that response. This would mean that M226 is not fully...
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    I do filament hotswaps using the same nozzle. ...

    I do filament hotswaps using the same nozzle. Using the B2B nozzle, you can unscrew the Bowden tube at the nozzle. I do this during a paused print. No gap issues while never disturbing the nozzle...
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    I did that trick where the 'top' was the first...

    I did that trick where the 'top' was the first layer in a print. Made the lettering and linework in one file and the base with the 'inlay' removed as a separate print. That worked pretty well. No...
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    I do love PETG layer adhesion. I've broken parts...

    I do love PETG layer adhesion. I've broken parts across the layers without even a hint between the layers being affected.

    Making a few layers of PETG with the remainder being PLA is possible but...
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    That's what I am here for; Shortcut TommyDee. ...

    That's what I am here for; Shortcut TommyDee.

    I stocked up on the cube glue. I suspect it is stick glue highly diluted with water. It is turning back to gel and it easily reverts back to liquid...
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    PETG loves the Cube-Glue! That on LokBuild and...

    PETG loves the Cube-Glue! That on LokBuild and insane stick. Tapes will allow PETG to curl if it has the tendency. I have a black Amazon-branded PETG that is a bit 'curly'. I do use a white PETG...
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    We have all the original Cubify files but in...

    We have all the original Cubify files but in their native format. I am not sure that we've seen .stl files of these but feel free to search:...
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    You might try sending the OP a message.

    You might try sending the OP a message.
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    Looks like someone got a little carried away with...

    Looks like someone got a little carried away with that rounded tip. Normally, yes, they are flat.

    The push-nut can be 'too low' and not allow the tip to fully seat. Using the tip-resetter, you...
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    Checking the wrench size is a good way to tell. ...

    Checking the wrench size is a good way to tell. Indeed, M2.5, maybe even M2, could be right. Looks to be the same diameter as the nozzle. Pretty sure it is metric though.

    As far as the white...
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    Looks like M3 maybe 5mm long(?)

    Looks like M3 maybe 5mm long(?)
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    Firmware version is coded in the print file...

    Firmware version is coded in the print file header. I don't know where this call comes from but that is where the prompt is coming from.
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    I do know about 'tip poisoning' where you can...

    I do know about 'tip poisoning' where you can build up carbon near the exit orifice and it screws with these tips forever. I am very careful not to overheat a PLA tip for instance with ABS temps. ...
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    Maintain the nozzle. Depending on the setup, the...

    Maintain the nozzle. Depending on the setup, the tip does require cleaning when it starts showing signs of problems.

    The first failure component is the little bearings on the end of the X-axis...
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    I never have but that can be very useful if you...

    I never have but that can be very useful if you want to change the filament in the middle of the print.
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    I'd say that sums it up nicely.

    I'd say that sums it up nicely.
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    Sticky: Nice find!

    Nice find!
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    Agreed. If I had the means I might try to make a...

    Agreed. If I had the means I might try to make a copy of that we have in copper or aluminum. Use the same press-fit 3mm ID tube. That is some critical machining though. However, with the right...
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