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    Thanks, that's true, but I wanted a better...

    Thanks, that's true, but I wanted a better solution that didn't require shaving 1mm off the end of every nozzle ever installed. Also if the nozzle isn't filed perfectly smooth it has the potential...
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    Yeah, bit of a bodge to be fair. It turned out...

    Yeah, bit of a bodge to be fair. It turned out the easiest fix (by far) was to forcibly push the part cooling fan, which has the bed level sensor attached to it, down closer to the bed. The part...
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    Monoprice really don't make getting parts in the...

    Monoprice really don't make getting parts in the UK easy and a heat break is only available from the US store for a cost of £9 plus £14 postage! So I adjusted the position of the sensor by lowering...
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    The heat break's made from a polished steel. To...

    The heat break's made from a polished steel. To be honest I was hoping there'd be a simple solution that I was missing, but having done more research it seems Monoprice have just created an annoying...
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    Best way to shorten hot end assembly by 1mm?

    I've got a couple Monoprice 3D Printers, an MP10 and an MP10 Mini that I picked up pretty cheap. They're kinda quirky in some respects and display some odd behaviours (software is a little buggy...
  6. Thread: MP10 Mini

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    Print speeds with TPU are acceptable imho. I can...

    Print speeds with TPU are acceptable imho. I can get away with a 3 hour print at approx. 10mm/s to 15mm/s whereas my Prusa MK3S (twin gear, direct drive) achieves 20-25mm/s. But the quality...
  7. Thread: MP10 Mini

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    I've been really happy with both my MP10 and MP10...

    I've been really happy with both my MP10 and MP10 Mini. They're effectively the same printer and use the vast majority of same parts, only the MP10 has a notably larger frame and print bed. I heard...
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