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  1. #1

    Getting Mod-t to work these days

    My school was given a Mod-t 3d printer. (I am a STEM HS teacher.)
    After a lot of research, I found
    -- an ini file that Cusa could read
    -- the Mod-t printer utility
    -- the printer utility firmware update 0.9.0

    The printer utility doesn't connect to the printer, however. Nor do I see a way to get the utility to read the firmware update.

    Is there any way to get this functioning?

    With appreciation for any help,

    Harlan

  2. #2

    Nope

    Quote Originally Posted by Alexsandro111 View Post
    Good afternoon, were you able to resolve the issue?
    No; I gave up.

  3. #3
    Cool, they bought you 3D printers for school. We are fortunate to have gotten these chemistry kits. It is unlikely that we will ever have a 3D printer.

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    There are options...

    Quote Originally Posted by airwave View Post
    Cool, they bought you 3D printers for school. We are fortunate to have gotten these chemistry kits. It is unlikely that we will ever have a 3D printer.

    We ended up contacting friends who work in a local public school with decent funding. They had older 3d printers that they were no longer using (they had upgraded) and donated them. We were given 2 Flashforge Dreamers. These are great, far better than I could have imagined getting otherwise.

    Another option would be a crowdfunding project (gofundme, etc.); with a decent video from your students (or teachers) explaining the interest and need, you should easily be able to raise the amount needed. (The machines we were given currently retail for $390 new and might be available used.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HGilbert View Post
    No; I gave up.
    Too bad, I hope you'll pull yourself together!

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