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UM3 - filament type disappeared?!
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I converted a Post-Processing Plugin by Stefan Heule from Cura 15 to Cura 2.x a little while back that does what you did by hand: Replace T0 with T1
You can find it here: http://bitman.org/dahai/SelectExtruder.zip
May not be the best way to do this, as there may be a way to set Cura up n...
DaHai8 replied to reply:
I agree...environmental conditions can radically change things and usually within a matter of minutes....like 20 or so minutes if severe enough. All your material has to be is hydroscopic or temperature sensitive.
This happened to me within that time period.
kmanstudios replied to reply:
Biddle's print called
Combing Mode is enabled but since there is a bottom to the print it will still print over it. I tried what you said and the stringing is ALOT better, thank you.
incommodious replied to reply:
Dead on. And, depending on the cad package used, this may be a recurring issue that will mean constant monitoring.
All problems start and end with 3D Packages and possibly export failures (Non-unifying normals, etc)
I dunno, it did not look like you were asking for anything else. Let us see.....
So, hmmm, If I read this right, you looked at a discontinued model, said it should be like that model and I found that model and that only the electronics would be a cost. Seems to have met the crite...
Aber selbstverständlich nur in der Layeransicht
zerspaner_gerd replied to reply:
i belived so aswell. Bought a new motherboard and installed it but the problems presist. 8/16 steps is open as it should be and nothing is connected to it. I tried closing the connection and it only leveled 1/4 of total distance.
diysystem replied to reply:
Absolutely a fantastic example of the indirect uses 3D printing is perfect for! Most people only consider 3D printed parts for prototypes or low volume production, but often it's what the end customer doesn't see that provides the biggest impact from additive manufacturing.
Johnny PrintForm replied to blog post:
I have difficulties with PVA when the environment changes. Make sure your area is fairly dehumidified.
The first link was from 2013 and the materials have changed quite a bit since then. This link mentioned as the second one is the type of things I had to learn by reading a lot of post...
Ambient temp is around 74 degrees Fahrenheit
Highweigh replied to reply:
nono16's print called
I have never seen anything like that on my prints even on my first prints knowing nothing. And while I have not used Cura below 2.3, I do not find it difficult as most of it is preset.
It is interesting that is only showed when you upgraded software. Perhaps if you upped the files for t...