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This is a Simplify3D profile that makes your D300VS print at the same speed a the new Prusa i3 Mk3. Why? The Mk3 has 24V software-controlled Trinamic drivers too. It's fast enough that they were able tune movements a Mk2 couldn't handle but are easy for a modest delta. I liked the results enough to ...
I put a volcano heatblock on my plus. Upgraded the cooler with a part from a Prusa i3 Mk3. Printed out the parts in genuine Prusa orange ABS just to be silly. It's on thingiverse to download.
I finally got around to tracking down and fixing a PT100 annoyance while installing the plus parts. Chopper drivers at 24V make quite a bit of electrical noise. PT100 circuits are very sensitive to this type of noise. Fortunately, it's cheap and easy to fix. Get a USB 2.0 cable. When you cut it open...
Here's what Simplify3D can really do. I apologize for the change in lighting. IMG_0121.JPG This is the Simplify3D default settings with a minimal set of changes to describe the D300VS. You can see the infill bonds with the inner perimeter and the inner and outer perimeters are bonded. Also, less and...
Brad's gcode on my D300VS with Micro extruder. IMG_0115.JPG Looks like normal stringing for these settings. The horrible infill is bad settings from the Rostock-derived S3D profile. It's like they changed every setting to give you the worst possible experience. I assure you the Micro can print much ...
- Sat May 20, 2017 5:25 pm
- Forum: UMBEE
- Topic: Shapeways UBMEE Main Body: Serious Droopage; So Sad
- Replies: 17
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Nah, I got the last one a couple days ago. They reprinted mine and it's fine. I'll know for sure when I actually build it (so don't ask for my not-broken-as-bad-as-yours yet). Also, I'll be selling a fully built and tested Umbee once my Aero design is complete.