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  1. nope. Accuracy is pretty similiar - but delta's...

    nope. Accuracy is pretty similiar - but delta's can usually do it faster :-)

    Both types of machine use the same stepper motors, firmware and slicers - so accuracy is always down to the actual...
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    Still on pre-orders and scrounging more money...

    Still on pre-orders and scrounging more money from crowd funding.

    Might end up being a big old scam - hope not, it really is a great idea and fantastic use for old phones.
  3. weird, the triangles look like infill. But why...

    weird, the triangles look like infill.
    But why would you have a single layer of infill and then a solid layer - on a cube.
  4. are you using a raft ?

    are you using a raft ?
  5. I never use abs :-) Plus on a open framed...

    I never use abs :-)
    Plus on a open framed printer with an unheated build volume - neither should anyone else :-)
    Plus I'm pretty sure some of the print surfaces I have would let you print at...
  6. google :-) Or bribe someone who works for a car...

    google :-)
    Or bribe someone who works for a car company to steal them :-)
    Also thingiverse.com
  7. well on the before print it looks like you are...

    well on the before print it looks like you are starting all layers from the same point - hence the z 'ridge'.
    in the after looks more like random start points.
    Also possible retraction between...
  8. easiest is to extrude filament in the air and...

    easiest is to extrude filament in the air and then measure it with your digital calipers.

    I tend to get between 0.4 and 0.48 - depending on the machine and material.

    takes a few seconds and...
  9. bear in mind you are at the bottom end of the...

    bear in mind you are at the bottom end of the market/ So expect to have to modify the printer to one degree or another to get it working optimally.

    That said - depending on the part size you...
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    what printer are you using ? To me it looks...

    what printer are you using ?

    To me it looks like the posts are being printed too fast and too hot and without adequate cooling between layers.
    (looks at cura settings)
    20mm/s print speed and...
  11. well it's different :-) Trying to workout why...

    well it's different :-)

    Trying to workout why the watercooling doesn't leak as you're just pushing a metal tube through a silicone tube.

    But at $300 for a fairly small frame - way too rich for...
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    These days i have to be a paid ant. Can't...

    These days i have to be a paid ant.
    Can't afford to give any more time away for free.

    You are aware you have duplicates on that list ?
    So not 20 websites.

    What you have look pretty good.
  13. and whatever you do wear gloves and absolutely do...

    and whatever you do wear gloves and absolutely do NOT SPILL ANY RESIN !

    Watched a few youtube videos on the pros and cons of resin machines.
    Decided I won't be getting one any time soon :-)
    so...
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    You got a proper manual ! have to admit the...

    You got a proper manual !

    have to admit the ones i've had in the past have all been translated with google from chinese to ukranian to spanish and eventually into english.
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    what print surface did you use ?

    what print surface did you use ?
  16. what fred said :-)

    what fred said :-)
  17. 0.4mm layer height is pushing it with a stock...

    0.4mm layer height is pushing it with a stock 0.4mm nozzle. switch to 0.32 for starters.
    It looks like there is most likely a design or slicing flaw.
    That layer clearly isn't being printed close...
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    very simple. you print 2/3rds of the print, so...

    very simple. you print 2/3rds of the print, so that you can insert the allen key so that it's flat to the surface of the print. then print the rest.
    either pausing the print, or doing it in two...
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    point is, the picture you posted is too low res...

    point is, the picture you posted is too low res to see which chip you mean.
    There is no visible chip circled.

    So nobody can tell you because we don't know which chip you want identified :-)
  20. well with the design software you use. you...

    well with the design software you use.
    you simply make the rotor arms two pieces rather than one.
    It's actually much simpler than cutting it into 4.
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    I'm the only exceptional information source I...

    I'm the only exceptional information source I know of :-)

    So where are these ants that collect informatio about 3d printing then ?

    On a more serious note - what's the actual purpose of your...
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    locking nuts and some 30mm fans arrived today -...

    locking nuts and some 30mm fans arrived today - killed the wiring on the delta heatbreak fan with all the fiddling about.

    So thinking I might just adapt the delta cooling duct for the ctc,...
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    we are going to need a higher resolution picture...

    we are going to need a higher resolution picture (bigger).
  24. what i would do is a partial redesign. cut the...

    what i would do is a partial redesign.
    cut the rotor arms off about halfway and make them so they slot into the rest (rectangular slot on the body and a rectngular tab coming out of the end of the...
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    so magnetic sensor. Might just have died. But...

    so magnetic sensor.
    Might just have died. But double check the wiring first.
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