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    Sticky: It is the buildup of filament around the edges of...

    It is the buildup of filament around the edges of the nozzle that holds the nozzle in the print-head.
    I start the test print (or any print for the right side) and cancel when it does the Hershey...
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    There are two options... one is to level the bed...

    There are two options... one is to level the bed and one is to set the gap.
    If the level is not within range, the screen on the printer will walk you through the leveling adjustments.
    The gap is...
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    This is where this belongs... And is more or...

    This is where this belongs... And is more or less an observation for Tomuro.

    Tomuro, you mentioned in your blog that there are two buffers in the onboard (motherboard) MP that manages the...
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    Sticky: I've only seen 1 .cube3 file on the SD. The SD...

    I've only seen 1 .cube3 file on the SD.
    The SD has to use a round-robin (endless loop) routine so there is always room.
    It has nothing to do with g-code.
  5. I have used the Form 2 high temp. It is...

    I have used the Form 2 high temp. It is expensive and requires a dedicated tray (gets cloudy fast!)

    It is an acrylic based material. It will shatter. It does require additional UV curing...
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    The strange one is NEMA 5-15. This is a USA...

    The strange one is NEMA 5-15. This is a USA plug.

    The two prong version is somewhat EU universal.
    it is also an adapter for the NEMA 5-15.

    Rarely do manufacturers provide other options....
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    I've purchased flashlight gear from Gearbest...

    I've purchased flashlight gear from Gearbest before. Not my 1st go-to destination from China but they are legit.
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    Stepper motors are not your typical motor. It is...

    Stepper motors are not your typical motor. It is actually a "degree stepper". Normally, there are 200 steps per rotation. These steps are based on where you have 2 coils highly energized to "lock"...
  9. [ THING ] There is another instance where the filament gets...

    There is another instance where the filament gets too large.
    If the print does a lot of retractions close together, the filament is driven back and forth on the driver.
    This flattens filaments, and...
  10. I suspect so. They have a very aggressive...

    I suspect so. They have a very aggressive fulfillment schedule.
    If I get it by end September, I'll be happy.
    it is already later that I needed it so now it is just a new toy.
  11. Yes I did. There is a May 3rd update on...

    Yes I did.
    There is a May 3rd update on Kickstarter.
    They are in manufacturing and still coding.
    I suspect this will be July at best.

    - - - - - - - - - -

    2310

    Sweet!
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    Sticky: Thank you, towyuan. I often post everywhere too....

    Thank you, towyuan. I often post everywhere too. Cannot find anything. Easy habit.
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    Sticky: Please only post once, sadist. It makes it very...

    Please only post once, sadist. It makes it very confusing to have multiple posts.
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    [ HOW TO ] I have one filament that is too hard to properly...

    I have one filament that is too hard to properly feed. You can hear the straining in the driver. This filament required a modified driver to relieve some of the trouble.

    This is a rare...
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    Sticky: I believe I remember reading an overactive...

    I believe I remember reading an overactive thermistor can do this. Somewhere on the openbuilds forum. They just added foil and it behaved.

    However, you are getting this only on a FW change. ...
  16. Thread: LCD problem!

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    (1/5th scale RC off-road! 10th scale 4wd...

    (1/5th scale RC off-road! 10th scale 4wd off-road)

    Learned to hardwire RC a long time ago :)

    Only the connections are those that are needed for maintenance.

    http://hybridmid.blogspot.com/
  17. Thread: Blob Shield

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    [ HOW TO ] Really, Don, I am not an idiot and I am very...

    Really, Don, I am not an idiot and I am very tired of you steering my replies like I am one.
    The hostility is yours. I've tried my damnedest to come in with a gentle reminder when you ask for help....
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    [ HOW TO ] You've suppressed a conversation to deal with a...

    You've suppressed a conversation to deal with a big problem that can be found and fixed easily.
    You've already said you cannot do whatever it is you think I was talking about.
    So why would I again...
  19. Thread: Blob Shield

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    [ HOW TO ] ...doesn't even warrant a response :rolleyes:

    ...doesn't even warrant a response :rolleyes:
  20. Thread: Blob Shield

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    [ HOW TO ] I found that enclosing the object inside the...

    I found that enclosing the object inside the shield can cause object overheating issues.
    I tend to print something... anything at one of the corners, forcing the print out from under the hot head....
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    I am more considering the tracking of the bed to...

    I am more considering the tracking of the bed to the true z-position.
    Something more along the lines of bed tilt from stiction as the vertical guides wear.
    The technical challenge to making this...
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    Aha, this was the thread... Here you go M... the...

    Aha, this was the thread... Here you go M... the tech issues with this type of lift setup.
    https://all3dp.com/e3d-bigbox-3d-printer-assembled-epic-time-lapse/
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    You better get more toothpaste! - - - - - - -...

    You better get more toothpaste!

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    Someone was asking about a big platform printer that has a single lead-screw in the middle-back of the enclosure.
    There are 4 guide posts...
  24. Thread: LCD problem!

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    Awesome link! I wondered where that image came...

    Awesome link! I wondered where that image came from.
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    Yep, what Don said. Every time you start the...

    Yep, what Don said. Every time you start the Cubify app, it pings for printers which wakes them up.
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