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    80mm/s ? that's barely cruising speed :-)

    80mm/s ?

    that's barely cruising speed :-)
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    Weeellll, I did print a lattice cube - got it to...

    Weeellll, I did print a lattice cube - got it to just under 2 hours.

    But the bloody thing is still stuck to the printbed and I didn't get out there over the weekend.
    I usually use my print...
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    what actual printspeed are you setting ? Even...

    what actual printspeed are you setting ?

    Even at 150mm/s and 0.3 layer I'm looking at 2 hours 8 mins.
  4. it depends entirely on HOW you print the abs. ...

    it depends entirely on HOW you print the abs.
    If in a well heated enclosure - then abs prints can be very strong and worth doing.
    If you just print them on an open frame printer - the layer...
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    if it's a corexy and you're running it at 60mm/s...

    if it's a corexy and you're running it at 60mm/s - then hell yeah you can make it go faster.

    For fine derail stuff it should be good for 76-100 mm/s and for rough-ish 'useful' prints 150-200mm/s....
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    don't understand the question ????

    don't understand the question ????
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    so what do you think was wrong with your first...

    so what do you think was wrong with your first cube ?
    Looks pretty clean to me

    Also what size did you print it at ?

    I'll have go at one of these - but I really HATE printing stuff that has...
  8. or you can just set it up as #other# and just...

    or you can just set it up as #other# and just tell it the size of your print volume - that's all i did for the sapphire pro.
  9. got a picture of the current board ? useful toi...

    got a picture of the current board ?
    useful toi know what it actually is so we can recommend compatible parts.

    It's a fairly standard machine so no reason a 3rd party board won't work fine.
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    I see why you need a glass bed. I was looking at...

    I see why you need a glass bed. I was looking at things you can actually get filament off the other day - and you can get pei filament !
    So - yup, that ain't going to come off a pei coated bed :-)...
  11. I refer you to my previous answer :-) Also it...

    I refer you to my previous answer :-)

    Also it sounds like your extrduer stepper motor steps are incorrectly set in the firmware.

    which is probably why you need to increase your flow rate by so...
  12. say it ain't so ! can't believe you're seeing...

    say it ain't so !
    can't believe you're seeing other forums behind our back !
    Just, devastated :-(

    Chain wise I designed a cable chain that would certainly print small enough to work as a model...
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    difference is that over time the pla will wear...

    difference is that over time the pla will wear the nylon in the nut doesn;t. mind you if it works then you shouldn't be moving the nut that often anyway.
    so - good for you :-)

    I have a mate who...
  14. is that 150% flow ? that's way too high. Should...

    is that 150% flow ?
    that's way too high. Should be mearer 100 - ie somewhere between: 90-110.

    best advice is for you to download prusaslicer and try that.

    Cura is just way more hassle than...
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    to use locking nuts you need a 'knob/wheel' with...

    to use locking nuts you need a 'knob/wheel' with a void that you can press the locking nut into.

    You don't screw it together :-)
    {looks at thingiverse page)

    Don't think that's at all what I...
  16. see now - why didn't you start with that in your...

    see now - why didn't you start with that in your other thread ? Rather than come across like a nutter with a disease fetish ?

    Yeah the stratasys machines do have a reputation for plug and play. ...
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    generally the best way to identify the board on a...

    generally the best way to identify the board on a replicator clone is to turn it on it's side/back - remove the bottom pabnel and look at the board :-)#
    There should be identification text on there...
  18. lol - thought that would be it :-) Like i...

    lol - thought that would be it :-)

    Like i said, every damn fan I've bought in the last few years has been wired up opposite to the fan sockets on the printer boards :-)

    And while they don't go...
  19. very neat indeed ! Why ? Was it for an...

    very neat indeed !

    Why ?
    Was it for an actual project ? or just for the hell of it ?
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    We are not the one ignoring the facts :-)

    We are not the one ignoring the facts :-)
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    The main difference is in 1) the post...

    The main difference is in
    1) the post processing. resin is messy and requires washing in isopropyl alcohol followed by exposure to an ultraviolet illuminator - the resin is also quite toxic and...
  22. odd combination nof a wanhao i3 maker mk2 and the...

    odd combination nof a wanhao i3 maker mk2 and the creality bowden extruder.

    Have you converted it to direct drive yet ?
    That would be the first thing I'd have done. You've got dual z-axis...
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    yeah the hardest part of building a prusa is...

    yeah the hardest part of building a prusa is actually getting the thing in the first place.
    prusa seem to be the only printer manufaxcturer who is always playing catchup.
    They always have more...
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    yeah no end of youtube howto's for tinkercad. ...

    yeah no end of youtube howto's for tinkercad.

    You got a laser cutter yet ?
    damn sight quicker than a scroll saw.
    more problematic with the cjeap machines like my k40.
    But if you want to cut...
  25. The first thing I do with a new machine is to...

    The first thing I do with a new machine is to change the bed level nuts for printed ones with nylock locking nuts inserted.
    Pretty much solves the bed levelling. I level Maybe once a year, maybe...
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