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  1. I would scan the Internet / E-Bay for "3D Printer...

    I would scan the Internet / E-Bay for "3D Printer DIY kit Aluminum"
    With an DIY kit Aluminum you will learn while assembling and still have a sturdy frame to ensure a precision print.

    I...
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    Hello Andrew Clifford Here I guess we will...

    Hello Andrew

    Clifford Here
    I guess we will be hearing from you from time to time!!!!!!!!!!!! See Ya!
  3. There are so few 3D Printer controller cards out...

    There are so few 3D Printer controller cards out there that will handle 6 extruders that you have few choices.

    Choices include
    1. You work programming your current controller, as curious said...
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    Graphene 3D Lab Introduces New Conductive...

    Graphene 3D Lab Introduces New Conductive Flexible TPU Filament for 3D Printed Wearable Electronics

    Have not seen any for sale as of this date.
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    I have only seen one activity on You-tube about a...

    I have only seen one activity on You-tube about a working Kickstarter Mooz

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eo5ZNRadmKk


    https://www.kickstarter.com/help/faq/kickstarter%20basics
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    As Aardvark said there are many thing that could...

    As Aardvark said there are many thing that could cause the problem. From printing to fast - printing to hot.

    I would be starting with Cura 15.04.6 - Cura 3.0.3 I would use the following numbers....
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    It sound like your thermister is shorting out on...

    It sound like your thermister is shorting out on the Heater Block. The thermister should be pushed all the way into the temp hole, including the Teflon thermal tubing.
    Each Teflon tubing should be...
  8. Too name a few. Stepper Motor Current, Belt...

    Too name a few.

    Stepper Motor Current, Belt tension incorrect and slipping, X-Axis gear slipping, X-Axis Binding, debris blocking belt, Bad Bearings.
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    I Did a quick search on thingiverse and found...

    I Did a quick search on thingiverse and found many (xiaomi) phone cases. Depending on your model number.
  10. Missed that somehow. "Installed a new teflon...

    Missed that somehow. "Installed a new teflon guide tube" thought this the tube leading to the extruder!

    Have you checked the Stepper current, is the Spring tension weak.
    Do not know if this...
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    Have you tried a print with infill twice as thick...

    Have you tried a print with infill twice as thick as the shell yet.

    You get a really smooth finish ( outer shell ) print with half the print time, and the strength by using the thicker infill...
  12. Are you using a PTFE lined filament Throat. If...

    Are you using a PTFE lined filament Throat.

    If so I would say that the PTFE is deformed causing low filament extrusion.
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    They released Cura 3.0.3

    They released Cura 3.0.3
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    I did some testing using idealMaker, was testing...

    I did some testing using idealMaker, was testing for another forum user model was a tube with 8 support ears.

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    When sliced the ears are detached from the model, could not determine how to...
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    At this point I have re-flashed Marlin 1.1.5 too...

    At this point I have re-flashed Marlin 1.1.5 too many times to count, and have made only minuscule changes, and had but forgotten about this problem.
    Until I ran across this line of code " #define...
  16. Hello; I found this Forum, If you follow the...

    Hello;

    I found this Forum, If you follow the instructions you can Import profiles into Cura.
    I imported these into Cura 2.6.2, this will give you the ability to use Cura with your Raise3D
    ...
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    Marlin 1.1.6

    OK That was Fun!,
    Flashed my Controller with Marlin 1.1.6 and It appeared to work except the Filament run-out sensor was in-op.
    Rebooted the Controller and display was all on 2 lines of all pixels...
  18. When you need more help Just POST. Have questions...

    When you need more help Just POST. Have questions POST.

    My first supply died, I jumped RT1 it was bad and replaced the Fuse. Only because I believe that having both was redundant, going on 1 year...
  19. Might be but look at all the fun you will miss...

    Might be but look at all the fun you will miss out on. Plus learning how to solder.
    Before you spend the money as a temp test you can jump the fuse to see if the supply still works.
    I would...
  20. I have All Cura's Just use the 15.04.6 Also I...

    I have All Cura's Just use the 15.04.6

    Also I noticed that in ideaMaker your model has 96 Non-Manifold Edges that need to be fixed.
    When ready to print there will be a little green check-mark in...
  21. With Power disconnected. Measure resistance...

    With Power disconnected.
    Measure resistance across RT1 (Thermal Fuse ) or (Thermal Resistor) is should have very low resistance.
    and Please do the Same for the Fuse. Did you remember to switch SW1...
  22. Looking at the Power Supply image the Fuse is...

    Looking at the Power Supply image the Fuse is blown.
    Beside the fuse is a Black Thermal resister I may also be bad.

    Do you know how to solder.

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  23. I would agree. A s Cura 15.04.6 look like this. I...

    I would agree. A s Cura 15.04.6 look like this. I wish Cura Had a better display like IdeaMaker

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    Downloaded IdeaMaker could not find a way to slice that the Ears were not disconnected....
  24. I was just testing the Ears. as far as the upper...

    I was just testing the Ears. as far as the upper ears with Proper Support they should be just a strong as the lower ears.
  25. Hello; You should check voltages and make sure...

    Hello;
    You should check voltages and make sure that the 12 Volt Supply is supplying 12volts.
    Then we need to make sure that the 12 volts is correctly connected to the controller card.

    Do you...
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