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    Update: I recently made an emprovement to the...

    Update: I recently made an emprovement to the heatbed and i made it this way:
    First i cut out a piece of kapton 200x200.
    Then i found some iron wire, which i tested with 12v on my psu, to see how...
  2. Wow, mashed Perderders! that even melts in your...

    Wow, mashed Perderders! that even melts in your mouth :D
  3. Well i think that you should do, as the big...

    Well i think that you should do, as the big captain says and run some steel wire thru it at about 200C
    Also a good tip is to never have the extruder heated for more than 5 minutes without making at...
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    Sorry QuiveringToad, i didnt take pictures as i...

    Sorry QuiveringToad, i didnt take pictures as i couldnt get fast enough out of my appartment as it was filled with smoke :(
    But i made a whole new case out of fiberwood with a gluegun and a stanley...
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    You can actually print holes for screws as small...

    You can actually print holes for screws as small as M3, even when using normal screws and not selftapping :D Also ABS is no problem for screw holes.
    I have no experience with PLA but my ABS prints...
  6. Well if its that large it has got to have at...

    Well if its that large it has got to have at least 4 hotends to print in different materials :D
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    They look pretty cool... but i dont see how you...

    They look pretty cool... but i dont see how you would ever get the lightbulb itself into it? :)
    Had that problem when i designed a lampshade myself.
  8. See thats not a bad idea at all! :D maybe that...

    See thats not a bad idea at all! :D maybe that should be a project that some us could start together? ... but then again, theres lots of replacement parts on thingiverse.
    But i believe that people...
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    More upgrades, will be coming up soon. had to do...

    More upgrades, will be coming up soon. had to do it as my printer practically had a meltdown :(
  10. Had this happen to me the other night... except...

    Had this happen to me the other night... except that instead of a ball of plastic strings it had caught up in the extruder and made a large solid ball of plastic and coal around the extruder which...
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    Heck, i'll bite :)

    Heck, i'll bite :)
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    @Geoff I have found that black ABS clogs far more...

    @Geoff I have found that black ABS clogs far more the other colors, but i am able to print even larger prints with little bending at temps as high as 245C°, whereas you would print at about 200 to...
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    Which Solidoodle do you have? if you have SD2/3...

    Which Solidoodle do you have? if you have SD2/3 you can use this guide at least.
    Also dont forget to edit the max allowed temp as E3D will run a much higher temp with the 12W heater, thus allowing...
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    I'll say that Mcbride19 is right... the SD4 is...

    I'll say that Mcbride19 is right... the SD4 is just a SD3 with a box around it.. nothing else. It still uses the horrid jig-saw extruder. so my advice would be to print either the MK4 or MK5 extruder...
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    Kirschner, they may be making enough steps even...

    Kirschner, they may be making enough steps even when the circles do not scale correctly on either axis as it can, as john says either be loose belts or one of the axes skipping when moving fast.
    ...
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    It seems that the SD4 will be a SD3 with the...

    It seems that the SD4 will be a SD3 with the circuits inside, filament running thru the hole previously used for wires and nothing else...

    I am not a fan :(
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    Jeremia, the technology is already there... the...

    Jeremia, the technology is already there... the problem is that solidoodle is a cheap printer and new technology always costs more than well tested does.
    But yeah it is very solid and the price is...
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    Kenny, Inventor can export .stl just fine, Just...

    Kenny, Inventor can export .stl just fine, Just go to inventor > Export > Cad format > choose .stl as file type and save it. Thats in fact the only program i use to handle models for 3d printing,...
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    Mcbride, how would using a bunsen burner change...

    Mcbride, how would using a bunsen burner change the size of the nozzle? and if it would change it would only be by a small marginal.
    when i cleaned my hotends with a bunsen burner i just ignited the...
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    Luigi, you could try just placing a cardboard box...

    Luigi, you could try just placing a cardboard box over the printer when printing ABS. I kinda did that with my SD3 and was able to raise my bed temp from 85 to about 100C and the ambient temp is...
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    Threadless ball screws for all axes. A better...

    Threadless ball screws for all axes.
    A better extruder as mcbride described (maybe a lawsy's styled extruder)
    Better plugs for thermistor and hotend.
    A simpler hotend with cooling fan like the...
  22. Mcbride, i know that the heatbed on doodles are...

    Mcbride, i know that the heatbed on doodles are not very efficient... that is if you dont mod it like i did. but you barely save any money by upgrading to the SD2 pro version compared to the SD3....
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    I gotta agree with Luigi, an extrusion printer...

    I gotta agree with Luigi, an extrusion printer wont be able to print that properly. But a printer that uses plastic dust (or any other types of dust) may be able to print it nicely... I bet that...
  24. Thread: 3D Printed Shirt

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    To me it looks pretty uncomfortable. I think we...

    To me it looks pretty uncomfortable. I think we better just stay with current clothes fabric :P
  25. Well, the 3rd gen comes with heatbed as standard...

    Well, the 3rd gen comes with heatbed as standard whereas the 2nd gen does not come with this as standard although it is available in the pro version which is 599$
    I think its nice to have a big...
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