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    Once I dry a roll, I put the roll back in the...

    Once I dry a roll, I put the roll back in the plastic bag it came in and then that bag in a vacuum bag (from the $1 store or ebay) close it and suck the air out with the vacuum. This is how I store...
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    you model has no thickness.. the walls must be...

    you model has no thickness.. the walls must be multiples of the nozzle diameter. So if you have a .4mm nozzle the thinnest thing that will print correctly is a single wall that measures .4mm thick.....
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    Not dumb, and yes you can but not something one...

    Not dumb, and yes you can but not something one as a beginner would do.. in fact I have never don that or added a nut or other object. The issue is you have to stop the printer.. once you see how it...
  4. Try changing the infill speed to 1/2 of what it...

    Try changing the infill speed to 1/2 of what it is and see if there is any change
  5. does it start to mess up at the same layer each...

    does it start to mess up at the same layer each time.. could be a hardware issue..
  6. Can not tell much from the tiny picture, but if...

    Can not tell much from the tiny picture, but if no settings have change and it used to print good and you got the same bad results with 2 different rolls of filament, I would guess the problem is...
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    I use a MakerGear M2 with ploymide tape on the...

    I use a MakerGear M2 with ploymide tape on the glass bed. I print ABS at 235C, enclosure is at 50C and the bed is 110C
    My parts are all designed with rounded corners if possible. Z offset is set...
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    $1 vacuum bags is all you need to store Like...

    $1 vacuum bags is all you need to store Like these ...
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    food dehydrator is kind of a requirement.. Never...

    food dehydrator is kind of a requirement.. Never had wet filament do the things you are talking about.. with wet petg you get bubbles.. not failed prints the I have ever run into. PETG that does...
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    Make sure Minimum infill length is set to .01,...

    Make sure Minimum infill length is set to .01, ABS and PETG extrusion multiplier may be slightly different if you dud not calibrate it. What is your infill Outline over lap.. I typically use 14 o15%,...
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    Do a goggle search for 3d filament comparison and...

    Do a goggle search for 3d filament comparison and read about each type and it's pros and cons and spec.
    These are just 2 of many article ...
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    One thing I really wish they would require kids...

    One thing I really wish they would require kids to lean, here is the USA is critical logical thinking. I guess they figure it is the parents job to teach children how to reason and use logical,...
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    One last thought on the car part.. Why not print...

    One last thought on the car part.. Why not print it in PETG first and test it out while you are working on the upgrades to your printer. You may find that PETG printed at 98% infill does the job and...
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    What grit sand paper, maybe mine is too smooth?

    What grit sand paper, maybe mine is too smooth?
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    Yes it leaves a line, but with water floating the...

    Yes it leaves a line, but with water floating the tape in place it can be rather thin.. it is 3d printed.. whats another line.. it is nothing but lines ;-)
    Yes I have printed on just glass with glue...
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    Your dehydrator is perfect it is what I use. The...

    Your dehydrator is perfect it is what I use. The bags I use don't last but a few uses and I get them at the dollar store when they have them in stock. They last longer if you put the spool in the...
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    Another issue with Nylon is it sucks water like a...

    Another issue with Nylon is it sucks water like a sponge, so be prepared to dry it before every use even stored in vacuum bags..
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    I have a Garolite plate I put on my Makergear M2....

    I have a Garolite plate I put on my Makergear M2. well I tired it out and was not impressed. It just sits on the heated plate after the glass bed is removed. You still need to apply glue stick and I...
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    Any Makergear printer in a heated enclosure will...

    Any Makergear printer in a heated enclosure will print abs like PLA.. assuming you learn your printer and slicer.. ABS,PETG and TPU is all i ever print these days..
  20. try PETG, less difficult for an entry level...

    try PETG, less difficult for an entry level printer, ABS requires everything to be just right.
  21. The am cuff is typically made of PLA so the part...

    The am cuff is typically made of PLA so the part can be molded with hot water. It is molded over plastic from with the approximate dimension of the recipients arm or just warped around a 2x4 to...
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    So not to be mean or anything like that.. Just...

    So not to be mean or anything like that.. Just tell how it is. PETG is not hard to print at all. It is NOT PLA it is not going to be docile and look all nice as smooth and pretty no matter what you...
  23. I use a M3 .5 I think it is.. standard M3 find...

    I use a M3 .5 I think it is.. standard M3 find thread you would have on a 3d printer extruder motor and what not.. Have a big bag of mushroom head screws I bought off ebay. also use M4 for larger...
  24. I tend to use my .75 mm nozzle to make large...

    I tend to use my .75 mm nozzle to make large items.. granted it does not looks as nice but if you design the part with the extrusion width in mind (.8mm) it can work really well. With .5mm layer...
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    yeah Trolley, think Harry Potter.. cart with...

    yeah Trolley, think Harry Potter.. cart with wheels, least that is what I imagined as a Yank!
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