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The great shrink!
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So after finding the instructions it turns out I already did exactly what it wanted me to do, albeit without it's on screen prompts. Hmm.
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Y axis calibration.
Heating the plate quicker?
Layer height for .8 core?
In the end I gave up with InnoFil PLA. It maybe fine in other machines, but I couldn't get it to feed, I think it's too soft, the feeder kept grinding it and clogging the tubes, then it gets stuck and your print core ends up empty.So, I've flushed it all out and it's gone back in the box...
Built one, works great.Also built a 'skate' kind of design where the depth doesn't matter as the outer brim of the spools sit on bearings. But this only works when the spools aren't completely full.
Good explanation, I get what you're saying completely. Thanks.Yes, there are a couple of materials I've had to adjust, but it's rare to half or double a speed or feed rate, or flow rate, or any setting. So while making small adjustments it's not always obvious what the different effects...
Thanks, that pretty much explains everything. BB's are built differently and specifically for the PVA and other support materials which I've used to great effect. Cool.And glow in the dark is abrasive? I've just read this, literally 5 minutes from setting of a 4 hours glow material prin...