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Suggestion for handling print core settings (temp, etc)
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Ah, so I guess replacement screws which are longer than the original screws that are already there? Again, very nice! Easier to mount as well compared to my design. Would you be willing to share your design?
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I've recently printed a very large and flat ABS part, see picture below using the winning adhesion method (see my previous post with the link):Image: IMG_20170419_082914 I was actually surprised to see there was no warping at all, the model stuck very well to the heat bed. After it pop...
That looks cool!! I wonder how the hinges are helt in their position. Looks like sort of a clamping mechanism? Does that work well enough to keep them in position?
Could not find this in release notes of 2.5. Is it in?
Oohoops. For me a lesson to have a look at the release notes before upgrading. Well... I wonder if I would have noticed. It's this line I think, in retrospect right? "Initial layer printing temperature. The initial and final printing temperature settings have been fine-tuned for higher quality...
Cool! Now let's see if some hybrid of the 3 designs will pop-up :)Update here from my door: it's still a pleasure to work with, I did not have to adjust the prime positions or anything.
I'm aware of that and all effort on Cura appreciated. I'm tempted to help, a bit off-topic, but I wonder if Cura is 100% a community effort. I think it's hugely promoted by Ultimaker, it came with my UM3, which a paid >>3k for. I think that's the underlying reason for some frustration, bu...
Just upgraded to 2.4 yesterday, and noticed this issue right away. Thanks for the workaround.