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  1. FWIW - A workaround for adding something before...

    FWIW - A workaround for adding something before someone else has replied to your post is to edit your post and add the new stuff after a line of dashes.

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    Aha, I see. Nice! The battery case example looks...

    Aha, I see. Nice!
    The battery case example looks as if you used little rectangular holes.
    I wonder how small you could make the holes so Cube Print would still honor them?
    Could they be small...
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    @TommyDee - Could you please elaborate a little...

    @TommyDee -
    Could you please elaborate a little on "microholes"?

    Does this mean to design small diameter holes thru thin walls?
    What diameter works well?
    How closely spaced?
    Why does this...
  4. ...but you are still welcome to be here!! :)

    ...but you are still welcome to be here!!
    :)
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    Hi KH-MM, I've been drifting for a while. I...

    Hi KH-MM,
    I've been drifting for a while.
    I have a spare Cube with what I think is a motherboard problem (boots part way up, but hangs with an "0.22" code), so I've thought about trying to replace...
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    Oops - no logs. I've slept more than twice since...

    Oops - no logs. I've slept more than twice since then!
    :rolleyes:
    I kind of gave up on the idea. At least until Windows 7 support ends!
  7. Thread: Z gap

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    Total agreement with warming the...

    <Thumbs Up>
    Total agreement with warming the plate right before starting a print.
    A heat gun on low setting can be used, too. Keep it far enough away not to attract the magnets; your fingers...
  8. Thread: Z gap

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    What works for me... For PETG and ABS...

    What works for me...

    For PETG and ABS printing:
    I always use the Setup/Calibrate/Auto Gap routine, with a sheet of paper or card stock on the print bed (since i have a sloppy layer of dried glue...
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    Sticky: Try...

    Try
    http://cubify.s3.amazonaws.com/Printers/Cube/cube%20V1.14B.ar
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    [ HOW TO ] The ad looks very good - clear and complete...

    The ad looks very good - clear and complete description IMO. Very good deal!

    Oh, and my nano does have those pads - I just didn't know where to look...
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    [ HOW TO ] How many do you have, Tom?? :p "Basically,...

    How many do you have, Tom?? :p

    "Basically, configure a NANO as an ISP and load the current Arduino bootloader onto a properly connected NANO."

    That is above my pay grade!!

    My nano's don't...
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    No idea - maybe using some of it's UI functions?

    No idea - maybe using some of it's UI functions?
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    [ HOW TO ] on not getting entangled - hadn't...

    <Thumbs Up> on not getting entangled - hadn't thought about that aspect.
    Point taken on the fact someone can buy a $3 nano and make it work...BUT... that requires thinking, and figuring, and...
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    Yep - thanks for the reminder. Didn't hit that...

    Yep - thanks for the reminder. Didn't hit that roadblock yet, but I have now installed OpenGL in the form of "freeglut" & dependencies.

    The first obstacle is:
    "Cube Print cannot be installed...
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    CubePrint on Linux ???

    A quick attempt at installing CubePrint 3.04 under WINE on Linux Mint 19.1 Tessa failed, with a message about needing Internet Explorer 10 or later.

    A quick attempt at installing IE10 just failed...
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    [ HOW TO ] Personally, I think you are at least 50% low on...

    Personally, I think you are at least 50% low on your pricing!
    Would it be reasonable to bump it up enough to make it worth your while, plus maybe even include something for Tomuro in each sale?...
  17. I presume you would put back a stop-extrude for...

    I presume you would put back a stop-extrude for each move to/from the cooling tower?
    Else you would have a "bit" of stringing!?!

    From here, that part looks pretty good!

    Why do you supposed 3DS...
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    [ HOW TO ] Those look super spiffy. Can the nano connect...

    Those look super spiffy.

    Can the nano connect to a PC so you can use the ReCube Pro chip programming commands (i.e., change material, color, cartridge type)?
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    [ HOW TO ] A small suggestion: if the area that holds the...

    A small suggestion: if the area that holds the contacts could be configured such that they could flex independently (ie, a split between them? separate "arms"?) -- so they were independently...
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    [ HOW TO ] We now take time out for a non-announcement... :)

    We now take time out for a non-announcement... :)
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    Very nice!!! So elegant compared to my attempt! ...

    Very nice!!! So elegant compared to my attempt!

    Does it hold itself in place, or do you hold it down with your hand to make contact?

    Is your nano baking Cube Chips yet?? :)
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    [ HOW TO ] TD, I'm sorry I haven't been engaged, to try to...

    TD, I'm sorry I haven't been engaged, to try to help. We have sort of a small family health crisis (dad in law) going on, so I'm a bit busy.
    Anyway, as best I remember I just followed some...
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    [ HOW TO ] Yep, all the +5v you need comes from the nano -...

    Yep, all the +5v you need comes from the nano - pin 27 (4th from the top righthand corner... :p )

    We're proud of you for taking this great step, TD!!

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    Are any of your chips still...
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    Another way to look at it? From a chart by...

    Another way to look at it?

    From a chart by MegaloDon
    ( http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/935-BFB-(G-Code)-for-Cube-3 ),

    the M108 "S" value represents RPM*10.

    Then M108 S40...
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    I agree completely that Cura is worth pursuing,...

    I agree completely that Cura is worth pursuing, not the least for the security of having an alternate method to generate print files. Thank you for getting us this far with Cura!

    Wow. Looking at...
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