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    Those look good. When I design the part, I use...

    Those look good. When I design the part, I use 0.9mm for a pair of walls and 1.8mm to get the slicer to make 2 pair, or 4 walls for a robust print. The default for the printer is 0.5mm offsets (so...
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    You've got all that right @Gwyneth You can't...

    You've got all that right @Gwyneth You can't pull up its driver. That is what invalidates the link. Reinstalling the patch is the only way to reset it. Not very well implemented but it was early...
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    These are impressive for sure. Used as intended...

    These are impressive for sure. Used as intended with a little knowledge will get you very productive prints.

    Unfortunately there are no other compatible slicers, not wholly compatible. This is...
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    You might need to look at something like...

    You might need to look at something like Simplify3D. Although there is a good profile for CubePro, you might be able to hack a Cube3 file out of it.
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    Sticky: Ebay is the best bet.

    Ebay is the best bet.
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    Sorry for not answering but you are asking for...

    Sorry for not answering but you are asking for something quite esoteric. These are not easily modeled with conventional CAD systems. I'd love to be able to do this.
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    Sticky: I am not.

    I am not.
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    I have not upgraded so it is difficult to be a...

    I have not upgraded so it is difficult to be a guide. However, there are others on the forum that do use it.
    Having the freedom to make your own profiles is a huge leap in itself ;]
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    [ HOW TO ] RicciEU moved the components a little bit so that...

    RicciEU moved the components a little bit so that can be followed by the images. The wiring has to be the same. The code is what demands certain I/O from the NANO.
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    I was using an older version and I simply gave up...

    I was using an older version and I simply gave up on Cura. It doesn't do BFB correctly so it interprets things wrong.

    Any BFB style file will revert to older algorithms on CubePro. The last BFB...
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    I've had Cura do some really strange stuff. Your...

    I've had Cura do some really strange stuff. Your example is far worse than I've seen though.
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    [ HOW TO ] Hey DRoo -...

    Hey DRoo - http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/1712-Building-Tomuro-s-Circuit?p=45573&viewfull=1#post45573

    That is based on a vector board.
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    Sticky: I can sell you full ABS carts (new old stock...

    I can sell you full ABS carts (new old stock 2014) and I can change some to infinity rinse. They go for $50 each plus shipping.
  14. The naked greed is what killed the line, and put...

    The naked greed is what killed the line, and put you in this predicament.

    The code is hashed from the serial number. The serial number is printed on a label that can be found on the machine. ...
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    Aha, the thermister. People have had a very hard...

    Aha, the thermister. People have had a very hard time matching up the thermister with the software. Probably one of the reasons for some of the insanely beautiful FrankenCubes found on the forum. ...
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    Get yourself a PCB drill at 0.5mm and go to town....

    Get yourself a PCB drill at 0.5mm and go to town. It really should be that simple. Just be sure to chase the burr from the inside.

    The thermal issues with the chamber heater have all been...
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    The normal nozzles are 0.4mm aperture. I think...

    The normal nozzles are 0.4mm aperture. I think the alternative extruder is 0.5mm.
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    Sticky: Yes, my apologies.

    Yes, my apologies.
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    Sticky: Please find William Wu in the forum. He should...

    Please find William Wu in the forum. He should be able to help you.
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    Sticky: Location?

    Location?
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    Building your own is here:...

    Building your own is here: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/1712-Building-Tomuro-s-Circuit
    I am not seeing the resetter on ebay. Find our user William Wu and see what he's up to.
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    Sticky: No. All it does is disable two valid functions...

    No. All it does is disable two valid functions of writing. Everything else will catch all the normal triggers.
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    Move the printer into a warmer room. I had one...

    Move the printer into a warmer room. I had one printer that would throw Txx errors in a cold warehouse and worked fine in the office area.
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    [ HOW TO ] That is a beautiful printer.

    That is a beautiful printer.
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    Probably when the function is being confirmed by...

    Probably when the function is being confirmed by firmware.
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