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    Quote Originally Posted by buddybu View Post
    Okay, I am interested in an instructable or something similar.
    Will do very soon, just waiting for MKS SGen L V2.0 and 2209s, so I will have the same sensorless config and stealth chop. For Z - IR differential probe, hopefully it is going to be consistent.

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    what kind of speeds are you getting?
    Configured for 1800mm/min

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    That is one sleek looking model. Is there any reason why you used supports, other than you weren't sure that you have things configured well enough?
    I agree about bed to model supports, but the ones for the window and roof?

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    The idea behind benchy is to test a number of things on the printer, one of which, is bridging. The supports for the Window and Roof should be just fine. you should try without supports. It helps you dial in the printer if your bridging is not working well.
    Last edited by buddybu; 12-22-2020 at 05:29 PM. Reason: grammar

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    Thanks a lot, will try that soon! What speeds would you recommend?

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    Since you are getting such a smooth output from your speed, I would stick with that. If you see troubles with bridging, there are plenty of sites, but here is one that I use first:
    https://all3dp.com/2/bridging-3d-pri...rfect-bridges/

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    Last edited by Kiza; 12-30-2020 at 12:00 AM.

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    Soooo purdy!

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    Cant wait for the whole Instructable haha

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    Soon, soon enough Waiting for components to arrive. New motherboard with TMC2209 arrives mid Jan.
    Also I just have ordered Bigtreetech TFT24 and 40pin ribbon extension for TFT LCD, so finally the screen will fit nicely, plus, this board also has USB host port.
    The printer will look completely like original Cube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiza View Post
    Soon, soon enough Waiting for components to arrive. New motherboard with TMC2209 arrives mid Jan.
    Also I just have ordered Bigtreetech TFT24 and 40pin ribbon extension for TFT LCD, so finally the screen will fit nicely, plus, this board also has USB host port.
    The printer will look completely like original Cube.
    For the Screen you can See My instructable, you will have to trimm a Bit of plastic away, to Print via USB U can make a custom cable Extension to use the original Port at the right

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    The main challenge was to keep the cube as pretty as it was, without cutting anything from the casing. All the casing elements should stay the same.
    So, extension ribbon should do the trick. And I definitely will use the usb extension cable to connect to usb host.

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