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    Sorry... You are right. I missed the reference to...

    Sorry... You are right. I missed the reference to the specific printer that you were using.
  2. If you have a part where all your supports bottom...

    If you have a part where all your supports bottom out on the bed there is a selection in the support section of S3D where you can set your bottom separation layers to 0 and they will bond much better.
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    I never ever fight to get a part released and...

    I never ever fight to get a part released and that seems to be the norm for most that use glass. The Freezer and they fall off without any pressure if that ever becomes an issue.


    Ahhhhh the...
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    I understand the material and how to use it. It's...

    I understand the material and how to use it. It's well documented around the web that it requires heated build plate temps of 120C and higher to get a good bond with larger ABS parts and they release...
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    You really don't need printbite with glass. Glass...

    You really don't need printbite with glass. Glass is way more versatile than printbite is. ABS does not fair well with printbite and it's expensive for what it is. You can use blue painters tape...
  6. The fact that an administrator posted it gives...

    The fact that an administrator posted it gives you the full right to comment on it and I agree.

    The action is not a ban it is a stay until a reasonable vetting process can be instituted on...
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    You will have to scale it but it has a flat...

    You will have to scale it but it has a flat bottom now so it should print.
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    It's you whacking at it with a scraper. You need...

    It's you whacking at it with a scraper. You need to let the bed cool fully. With a non-removable bed it will take forever but that comes with the territory when you buy them like that. The cold...
  9. Thread: Bad 3D Benchy

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    :confused: shakes head...

    :confused: shakes head...
  10. Thread: Bad 3D Benchy

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    I agree here it looks like you are running a bit...

    I agree here it looks like you are running a bit hot. Back it down a bit and repost your setting and we can help you clean those prints up a bit.
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    Sounds to me like Kalifornia whacko's blaming...

    Sounds to me like Kalifornia whacko's blaming what they don't understand.
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    Was that firmware specific to the dreamer? I know...

    Was that firmware specific to the dreamer? I know a few people that bricked their dreamers on some of the versions of firmware. The creator and dreamer are two different animals. I am leaning toward...
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    Sticky: I just use these with threaded knurled M3 - .5...

    I just use these with threaded knurled M3 - .5 knobs from Amazon.
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1001405
    I never trusted the binder clips in terms of running into them with the print head. Glass...
  14. Ah that explains it a little. If it's over...

    Ah that explains it a little. If it's over extruding back off the multiplier. I am with JK on the retraction shouldn't come into play here but that is a well known issue around dialing in the all...
  15. What i am wondering about is looking at the top...

    What i am wondering about is looking at the top layer on that abs part. Not so much the gear teeth as those are weird to fill depending on thier size but the flat section looks under extruded.
  16. I have read that the all metal hot ends require...

    I have read that the all metal hot ends require different settings than the PTFE setup. Hit up jkansas on this one here. I know a lot of people are running them on the other groups i am a member of....
  17. What are the payment terms and methods?

    What are the payment terms and methods?
  18. Thread: Stuck filament

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    What printer? With the nozzle and the PTFE tube...

    What printer? With the nozzle and the PTFE tube out it should come right out.
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    That is pretty funny. There is another member...

    That is pretty funny. There is another member here that is local as well. I might be able to help you out a bit when i have time. I work too much lately... lol If you do take the class you qualify...
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    In lorain county. North ridgeville to be exact....

    In lorain county. North ridgeville to be exact. LCCC has courses in both creo (Mike Bratoli is an instructor, runs the CAD/PDM program for Moen) and Solidworks (Tony Hodos used to be a designer for...
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    What type of modeling? Free form surfacing,...

    What type of modeling? Free form surfacing, mechanical assembly modeling or basic shape creation? Most industrial designers that interface with mechanical engineers prefer solidworks. Higher end...
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    Sticky: What i am saying is that the left nozzle that you...

    What i am saying is that the left nozzle that you tightened cold may have gone in the hot end further than it would have hot. If you have already heated it back up the point is moot and you'll have...
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    Sticky: Here is a video for the FF printers with the...

    Here is a video for the FF printers with the glass bed mod.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNqkgjplGhc
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    Sticky: I would not over think the glass bed thing. I use...

    I would not over think the glass bed thing. I use clamps like this. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:715545 I modeled mine myself so I can accommodate the glass thickness that I am using. I use...
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    Sticky: I use a similar setup on my ff machines but read...

    I use a similar setup on my ff machines but read the fine print on the glass. It states the size may vary by 1-3cm. That is way too much for those clips to work. Look for a local glass ahop and have...
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