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    that is a lot of money !

    that is a lot of money !
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    shouldn't it have a rebel flag on the bonnet ?

    shouldn't it have a rebel flag on the bonnet ?
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    just click 'update profile' before doing anything...

    just click 'update profile' before doing anything major.
    I'm back to running version 4 - as anything after that just constantly crashes and never remembers your loaded profiles on startup.

    What...
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    have to admit I've never changed anything like...

    have to admit I've never changed anything like that.
    Just gone with the slicer defaults.
    If it works, leave it alone :-)
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    well that's new. Didn't see one at the tct...

    well that's new.
    Didn't see one at the tct show. Mind you after I'd nearly killed the mk3 we kind of avoided the prusa stand.

    I presume the reason for the geared extruder is to use a smaller...
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    you said that changing over the extruder gear...

    you said that changing over the extruder gear made no difference. So why should the new one be any different ?
    Or is there stuff you didn't tell us :-)
  7. depends entirely on your settings and what...

    depends entirely on your settings and what resuklts you want to get

    Using flashprint at 0.3mm layer height and 70mm/s 15% infill and 3 perimeters and layers - it clocks in at 5.47 hours and 133gms...
  8. never seen support material on concrete printers....

    never seen support material on concrete printers. The trick seems to be getting the consistency and recipe of the cement stiff enough to hold it's own shape.

    Depends on how large an item you...
  9. just do a web search. If you can't do that -...

    just do a web search.
    If you can't do that - then you've got no chance in changing a board :-)
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    still say printbite or good pei is a better...

    still say printbite or good pei is a better option. never wears out for one :-)
  11. and spare belts :-)

    and spare belts :-)
  12. speed and quality won't change much. That...

    speed and quality won't change much.
    That depends more on your stepper notor controllers, so if they're better, then - yep could be some improvements.
    But speed and quality are more down to the...
  13. what machine are you using ? The only way I'd...

    what machine are you using ?
    The only way I'd ever attempt a building in nylon is it was on an sls machine. In which case, no problems at all.
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    yeah lots of similiar things on thingiverse:...

    yeah lots of similiar things on thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/search?q=planetary+gear&dwh=815d9f0b4e9de8b

    The one in your link doesn't include and cad files, so you can't make an stl.
  15. so you're making proper end usage parts, 80 at a...

    so you're making proper end usage parts, 80 at a go !
    I am impressed :-)

    The pei 'stick when hot but not when cold' does work well.
    Pretty sure printbite is a type of pei. The sheet on my...
  16. 225c for pla is a bit too hot - try 210....

    225c for pla is a bit too hot - try 210. retraction speed should really be faster, 50-60mm/s.

    Flashprint is a very good slicer, way better than most. Certainly much better than cura :-)
  17. yes mineral oil should not effect pla. Yes the...

    yes mineral oil should not effect pla.

    Yes the unheated bed is a problem.
    But you can print all the exotic plas: wood, flexible etc. They actually stick and warp less than normal pla. I usually...
  18. so did you get yours at the discount for first 50...

    so did you get yours at the discount for first 50 price peter ?

    Also make sure you get a couple of spare belts with it - at least.

    Everything else looks like standard components. But the belts...
  19. yeah first thing I'd do is make a tensionable...

    yeah first thing I'd do is make a tensionable belt. Sounds like they loosen a couple bolts, pull the roller to tension and lock with bolts. I'd make it so the bolts tensioned the bed.
    It might work...
  20. yeah, that's pretty cool. Keep meaning to do some...

    yeah, that's pretty cool. Keep meaning to do some credit card phone stands with the klicknprint and some flexible pla.

    The mad genius at duet has a 6 direct drive extruder setup - the extruder...
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    plus the filaments made with metal powders tend...

    plus the filaments made with metal powders tend to be very weak. I have some bronzefill, and once you've spent 3 days anding and polishing it - it does look and feel like metal. Just has no real...
  22. that 'Wauuuuuuuu..' is really getting on my wick....

    that 'Wauuuuuuuu..' is really getting on my wick. You're clearly a spammer of some kind. So that's fair warning :-)

    Actually the whole multi colour part of the industry is finally starting to...
  23. I can see a few things that might cause an issue...

    I can see a few things that might cause an issue - but damn !
    Talk about changing the price point :-)

    Also like the idea that they haven't gone through crowd funding.
    means they need to sell...
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    yeah the flying extruder is also a good option. ...

    yeah the flying extruder is also a good option.
    I've seen a few on big deltas, and they all attach with elasticated cords - which i find weird as the thing shakes and vibrates all over the place. ...
  25. pla Fits all the criteria

    pla
    Fits all the criteria
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