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    that's probably the most relevant point of the...

    that's probably the most relevant point of the entire blog.

    the pet-g i have is actually creality own brand - so, yeah lol
    But it's way too soft for any kind of practical useage where rigidity...
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    https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=Epoxy+Resin+Pigment+-...

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=Epoxy+Resin+Pigment+-+18+Color+Liquid+Epoxy+UV+Resin+Dye+Transparent+Colorant+for+UV+Resin+Coloring%2C+DIY+Resin+Art+Jewelry+Making+-+Concentrated+UV+Resin+Colorant+for+Pa...
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    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2457148...

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2457148
    Printed as a single piece and hollow.
    My mate would buy one.
    3-400g should do it.

    Without cooling, the finger looks good :-)

    So how long did that...
  4. I'd just move the existing extruder on top of the...

    I'd just move the existing extruder on top of the hotend carriage.
    You'll probably need to make your own adaptor.

    Post some pics of the hotend carriage and the extruder setup.
    Then we can see...
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    can't you simply buy a pre-coloured resin ?...

    can't you simply buy a pre-coloured resin ?
    https://www.3dprintedminiature.com/how-do-i-dye-resin-3d-prints/
    that article is worth a look also and has links to uv compatible pigments you can get...
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    if you had a crossbar - you could attach the...

    if you had a crossbar - you could attach the screen to it :-)

    As far as pla versus petg - I did an experiment a short while back. To compare tempered pla to untempered pla.

    Did a hollow...
  7. well done :-) We did say it was most likely a...

    well done :-)

    We did say it was most likely a loose connection some time back.
    Sorry, i though you'd already checked the connections to the motherboard.

    It's the difference in being in a...
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    check your infill speed settigs and the perimiter...

    check your infill speed settigs and the perimiter speed settings.
    Set them both the same and see if that makes any difference.

    Also try changing to a single perimeter outline.

    The...
  9. Absolutely :-) Have a go with prusaslicer - it...

    Absolutely :-)

    Have a go with prusaslicer - it sounds like the speeds of infill, perimiters etc are probably different in the different slicers and profiles.
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    what slicer are you using ?

    what slicer are you using ?
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    yeah the ender 5 is a pretty solid cartesian...

    yeah the ender 5 is a pretty solid cartesian machine.
    I just wish creality would stop using bowden extruders. Just not necessary on a machine with good and even z-axis support.
    It wouldn't make...
  12. If you use a print bureau and if you pick the sls...

    If you use a print bureau and if you pick the sls (laser sintered nylon) option. Then the print is always supported at all times.
    An sls printer produces a solid block of nylon powder with the...
  13. chocolate :-)

    chocolate :-)
  14. smile, everything is better when you smile :-) ...

    smile, everything is better when you smile :-)

    I'm gonna nickname you moriarty:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuStsFW4EmQ
    Best war film EVER made !

    But yep test the stops.
    You know...
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    nope. Simplify3d does a whole bunch of things...

    nope.
    Simplify3d does a whole bunch of things that I've yet to be able to do with anything else.

    Aesthetically, the layout, menu and profile system is streets ahead of the free slicers. And...
  16. what he said :-) I have to say, give me a...

    what he said :-)

    I have to say, give me a cheap physical switch endstop over an optical any day.

    My k40 laser has optical endstops. And even with a metal piece going into the slot - it didn't...
  17. yes do that :-) Just make sure there is a...

    yes do that :-)

    Just make sure there is a small gap around each buttong so they don't stick together.

    Most print bureaus that use sls printers will use a minimum of 0.1mm gap between parts. ...
  18. right - you have it the wrong way round. ...

    right - you have it the wrong way round.

    Tightening the levelling knobs LOWERS the bed and moves it away from the nozzle.

    Loosening the knobs raises the bed and puts it nearer to the nozzle. ...
  19. pm me - I can probably design what you want.

    pm me - I can probably design what you want.
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    I use a similiar type duct on the rep clones. ...

    I use a similiar type duct on the rep clones.
    Okay for everyday cooling - but for large beads and thick layers you really need a focused nozzle blowing from each side of the print head. That stuff...
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    removeable top cross-brace. You can even print...

    removeable top cross-brace.
    You can even print it in yellow :-)
    Print on the bed at a diagonal and you can print longer than the gap is wide.
    No amount of triangles will fully compensate for not...
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    Actualy most use openscad. Blender is more...

    Actualy most use openscad.

    Blender is more used for animation and pretty pictures/models.

    As fred says, fusion 360 is the current popular kid on the block.
    And if you learnt blender then...
  23. right - the most important aspect of the tenlog...

    right - the most important aspect of the tenlog is that it uses LINEAR RAILs. The direct dribe extruders look good too - but that's something that can easily be added to most printers.
    The rails are...
  24. well it's clearlt under extrusion. Could be...

    well it's clearlt under extrusion.

    Could be many things, but with a longish bowden tube, it might simply be the extruder is struggling to push the filament through. At a certain height the angle...
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    haven't printed anything with a raft for about 8...

    haven't printed anything with a raft for about 8 years.
    And that's on all my printers.

    As long as your printbed is flat - and it sounds like your voxel bed is NOT flat. You should never need to...
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