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    Consider this; you are basically looking for a...

    Consider this; you are basically looking for a resist in the form of a print. So add a step... us the print as a mask (negative) and spray your resist after the print is in place. Remove the print...
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    13353 ... the image is the message that the...

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    ... the image is the message that the link takes me to.
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    I get an Amazon 3D printer search link ;p

    I get an Amazon 3D printer search link ;p
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    Your prints time per layer is needs to add a...

    Your prints time per layer is needs to add a 'cooling period' between layers. You may also be running a little hot although 230C for ABS seems low. Minimum layer times are very useful for small...
  5. Hey Fred. Indeed these Cubes can be frustrating...

    Hey Fred. Indeed these Cubes can be frustrating having gone through all the iterations to get to where we ended up. There is no consensus among users. But the fittings issue lingered regardless.
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  6. I love this subject as it is rarely considered...

    I love this subject as it is rarely considered and only a moot issue for many.However, I run replacement tubing on a system that wasn't intended to use them.Furthermore, this system requires the...
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    On my printers, which are fairly accurate on...

    On my printers, which are fairly accurate on temps, I get ~250C on 3rd party ABS. And I get away with having no heated bed (thermal chamber on one; exposed to ambient on the others).
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    Your next trick will be the modeling part. There...

    Your next trick will be the modeling part. There is precious little software that will let you do a premium crafting of the bill at a reasonable investment. However, a limited time use license...
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    Oddly enough, restrictive bowden tubes. The...

    Oddly enough, restrictive bowden tubes. The "tractor'd" filament becomes wide enough to add resistance to filament feed... sufficient to finally jam in the tube. It would happened consistently with...
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    You'll begin with learning to scan the remaining...

    You'll begin with learning to scan the remaining bill and figuring out a proper attachment interface and adhesives. Then a matter of material choice. This may depend on the printing process you...
  11. Thread: heating issue

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    Anytime! Glad that was easy enough :)

    Anytime! Glad that was easy enough :)
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    Samples huh... nice! Thx again.

    Samples huh... nice! Thx again.
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    Yea, now you got me very curious on the Alloy...

    Yea, now you got me very curious on the Alloy 910. I see $36 trying to pry their way out of my wallet. Saw the free shipping limited time offer. Oops!... almost slipped onto the buy button by...
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    Yea Nylon is kind of mushy that way. Never liked...

    Yea Nylon is kind of mushy that way. Never liked working with nylon but it is a material of choice for rugged applications.

    The Alloy 910 looks interesting. They don't give out much on the true...
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    No arguments from me on either front :p

    No arguments from me on either front :p
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    Formaldehyde is a problem :(

    Formaldehyde is a problem :(
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    All but the heated bed is not a problem. ...

    All but the heated bed is not a problem. Filament lives in a 60*C chamber. Thanks for the link!
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    Didn't know this... Delrin printing.

    Acetal/Delrin is my engineering plastic of choice.
    Never even though to ask if we can print this stuff.
    Sure enough!

    Anyone have experience with this?

    TYIA
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    This is an example of a benign print in Amazon...

    This is an example of a benign print in Amazon branded Pet-G black.

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    Maybe it's just me but I think half the users of...

    Maybe it's just me but I think half the users of any FDM printer would be jealous of the overall quality of that print :)
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    As I posted in another thread, I should just...

    As I posted in another thread, I should just reveal the torch I am using. WITH A DISCLAIMER! I love this torch, but it requires external ignition after only a short period of use. The plastics...
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    Worst as in F/W, Mechanical, Slicer? I have a...

    Worst as in F/W, Mechanical, Slicer? I have a buddy with one of these that's been scratching his head. Not much hair up there anymore.
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    Not sure what you are seeing after sanding, but...

    Not sure what you are seeing after sanding, but you could try a flameless heat source to try to smooth over the sanding fuzzies created by sanding. I use a butane soldering torch with the tip...
  24. Thread: heating issue

    by TommyDee
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    Make sure to understand what the original...

    Make sure to understand what the original equipment was. Going from 24 to 12 isn't so bad, but the reverse could be an issue.

    And i am not a fan of Amazon for comparing specifications. They are...
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    Sorry, I missed that in your original post :p ...

    Sorry, I missed that in your original post :p
    The E1 error probably pops up because it simply didn't reach that temperature. that would be firmware.
    So there may be a setting that overwrites...
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