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No it's protected by the double heat break. Afaik it never got warmer than 100°C in the stress tests Ultimaker performed before the UM3 launch.
Dim3nsioneer replied to reply:
Tinker firmware G1 command printing out of printing area Simplify3d 1.75 SDCARD only
Octocom posted a
IMO there's a list of pros and cons for using duet3d as it is
- You need to crimp 5 connectors from a normal umo+/um2 to make it work (endstops x3, 5v hotend fan and psu) All is easy but you need a crimp tool and minimum skills.
- Firmware by default doesn't hav...
neotko replied to reply:
Ultimaker 2+,pla and normal stock settings. This "pattern" gets worse rhe higher the print.
Skangster replied to reply:
Did you buy the stepper motor to go with it as well? The stepper in the UM2 is a 400 step/rev motor. The one that is used with the new feeder is a 200 step/rev motor.
IRobertI replied to reply:
Fixed! Thanks again for the help!
G91 ;relative position
G1 Z+10; lower the bed a bit
G1 E-10 F1000 ; retract a bit
G28 X0 ; home x axis
M104 S0 ; turn off heaters
M140 S0 ; turn off bed
M84 ; disable motors
G90 ;absolute position
jockspice replied to reply:
Do you use the recommended settings or do you have some customization?
If you want to make sure it is not heated, remove the PVA from printcore 2 with the assistent so the printer has "no material" in printcore 2. Then the second printcore should not be heated, not even during active le...
Thks nallath, i reviewed the logs and i found a problem with some permission, for some reason the cura folder in the .config/ was owned by the root user, a simple sudo chown -R solved the problem:)
vamtastic check the folders owners if you are lucky that could be the problem also.
elfran replied to reply:
Me three. :)
kmanstudios replied to reply:
Thanks for the info everybody! I didn't want to waste PP on supports, but I guess I have to now.
JoeLee3DP replied to reply:
goppae's print called
Ah - you didn't mention about the firmware. Cura 2.* does some weird things with print speed. Consider making all the speeds the same. I don't think this is the issue but other less critical surface ugliness I've seen caused by speed changes. Again I don't think this is your specific problem but...
gr5 replied to reply:
How can I generate a .bat file to pass at CuraEngine about 300 parameters instead of use -s option?
Can you send an example ?
lormar98 replied to reply:
How did you get started actually modeling the parts you needed on the computer? How long did that take you to get down?
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