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    Hi monkerz, Seems to me that your extruder is...

    Hi monkerz,

    Seems to me that your extruder is a little bit too close to the bed.

    The best way to determinate what temperature is the most suitable for each material in your printer is doing a...
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    Hey there, As I am a hands-on person and I...

    Hey there,

    As I am a hands-on person and I think that knowledge needs to be shared, I attach a quick proposal that could work for you as initial shape.
    You need accurate measures so the part...
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    Well, if you want him to avoid nightmares, don't...

    Well, if you want him to avoid nightmares, don't advise him about builden a custom machine.
    About Ender, as I read you should never used or seen one printing. I only have to level bed once a month,...
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    First printer?

    If it is you first printer, I would buy a basic one.

    You will have to deal with maintenance, replacements and clogs, so it will be better to face a simple machine rather than a hard one.I've...
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    Hi FLSUNNOTFUN, It definitively is...

    Hi FLSUNNOTFUN,

    It definitively is underextruding. That can be caused by two possible factors: Low temperature at hotend or clogged extruder.

    In order to give you some acurate answer: what...
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    Sispla3D - sispla3d.com

    Hi!

    My name is Alejandro Sisternes, writing from Valencia, Spain.
    Because of this, I'd like to apologize for my English (I try to do my best with it :)).

    As a Product R&D Engineer, I develop...
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