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    Tracked down the problems - for some reason it's...

    Tracked down the problems - for some reason it's not updating the config file.
    So it still thinks it's a delta.

    Tried all the stuff it says on the various wiki's.

    Just not updating...
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    yeah I'd go for the qidi. Flaxible pla is a...

    yeah I'd go for the qidi.
    Flaxible pla is a flexible material made from pla.
    I have no idea how it's amde but it is hands down the toughest material I've ever printed with.

    Tpu =...
  3. well if I was going for a big cheap i3 - the...

    well if I was going for a big cheap i3 - the adimlab gantry pro 3d....
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    gloves should work fine. The important thing...

    gloves should work fine.
    The important thing would be that you need to be able to stitch them with strong yarn of some kind and they don't easily tear.

    Yep I live smack bang in the...
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    well what I was thinking was a leather base, with...

    well what I was thinking was a leather base, with the exoskeleton attached.

    The easy way to go would be to find some cheap, thin leather gloves and attach the elasticated exoskeleton fingers to...
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    well I plugged everything in, and powered it up. ...

    well I plugged everything in, and powered it up.
    No smoke ! - Result :-)

    The dual z motors work - steps are clearly off, but they both turn together :-)

    That said all the axis appear to be...
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    screens are usually interchangeable. You have to...

    screens are usually interchangeable. You have to set it in the firmware.

    Most boards come with firmware installed. Depending on what you buy, you can change it if you want to.

    I like...
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    I'd use it. Unless it needs an extrusion...

    I'd use it. Unless it needs an extrusion temperature your machine can't reach. There is no logical reason you can't use it.
  9. the z axis wobble is reserved for machnes with...

    the z axis wobble is reserved for machnes with just the one z axis motor - you know, like creality invented :-)
    Or is that x-axis wobble ?

    It really is not an issue with a dual motor machine....
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    why isn't it compatible ? ie: what's the...

    why isn't it compatible ?

    ie: what's the difference between the standard onyx and the fr ?

    Given the way markforge work - it could well be the same stuff, just marked up for people who buy...
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    Also there is a network socket on the board which...

    Also there is a network socket on the board which I can connect to the k40's server and put the printer on my workshops native wired network.

    Once all this is done - I'm curious to see how well...
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    well it's been a while. Main reason being the...

    well it's been a while.
    Main reason being the x-axis endstop has ceased to work, and the z-axis endstop is so frigging awkward to adjust, I've been waiting till I've got the incentive to sort...
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    yes should work.

    yes should work.
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    where do you live ? I can think of a number of...

    where do you live ?
    I can think of a number of ways to do this.
    But, as with all things customised it's bloody difficult without the person's limbs in attendance :-)

    Something as simple as a...
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    for the record: I checked on prusaslicer and yes...

    for the record: I checked on prusaslicer and yes it will let you set what direction and angle the infill runs in
  16. well to me they look like layer start/end lines....

    well to me they look like layer start/end lines.
    What is your layer start set at ?

    Unless i need a particular area very smooth, I always set my start and end points to 'random' .
  17. right this is where it gets complicated :-)...

    right this is where it gets complicated :-)
    There are possibly hundreds of types and formulations of 'nylon'.

    I have found 2 that work reasonably well in an unenclosed printer.
    MyMat nylon...
  18. the plate will have a pei coating. Things stick...

    the plate will have a pei coating.
    Things stick when hot and release when cold.
    Great stuff.

    Plus you can always use an adhesive (hairspray, pva, magigoo, dimafix etc) if you want to.
    So...
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    Hmm, make sure you can get 2.85mm filament...

    Hmm, make sure you can get 2.85mm filament easily.
    $450 seems high for a 5 year old machine.
    Get it down to $300 and it might be worth a punt :-)
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    we need more details: printer, print settings,...

    we need more details:
    printer, print settings, filament, slicer, temperatures, speeds etc.
    The more details you give us - the better chance we have of diagnosing a problem.

    I keep telling...
  21. Yes :-) 1) This is partly because the 3d...

    Yes :-)

    1) This is partly because the 3d printing market changes week on week. I don't think any other tehnical tool has ever had the evolutionary speed of 3d printing.
    2) price point. The...
  22. I also make boerwors and droewors. Pretty...

    I also make boerwors and droewors.

    Pretty much the first practical thing I ever designed and 3d printed were custom sized nozzles for my sausage stuffer (makes using collagen casing much much...
  23. Hmm, what software do you have access to ? As...

    Hmm, what software do you have access to ?

    As far as I can see the big problem is that dxf files are purely vectors and surfaces. They are not actual solid shapes.

    A program like autocad would...
  24. the creatr 3 v2 is an idex system - so for me...

    the creatr 3 v2 is an idex system - so for me that's a no brainer, I'd get that one. Also a very good size print volume for an enxlosed machine.

    300c hotend and 120c plate - so will be able to...
  25. I wouldn't personally bother with a filament run...

    I wouldn't personally bother with a filament run out sensor.
    In over 6 years with 5 printers I have never run out of filament.

    The slicer tells you how much filament you will use, just make...
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