I should be able to have it tested enough to feel comfortable sharing with a few people by the end of this upcoming weekend. The print area can sometimes be a bit constraining but it hasn't been a major issue in the year I've been using mine. None of the other controls seem to make the printer respond? But while installing the grill into the fan, ran into a problem: the screws were too short. It comes completely assembled and factory calibrated, so all you have to do is unbox it and supply some electricity. Sliced with infill density 100%, layer height 0.
Monoprice stands behind their product, I've used their help a few times. Monoprice Maker Ultimate 3D Printer We have never used one of these but they have good reviews. I am using windows 10 with the most recent updates if that helps I get exactly the same behavior and I have the same printer. Right now, many of the shortcomings of this printer can be fixed through a firmware update. It also has a touchscreen, which is nice. Toothpaste squeezer Model by ottenjr, published Nov 21, 2015 Estimated print time 2:56 Actual print time 3:17, 21 minutes slower 12% Estimated filament length 6. Check out this video: Calibration is pretty straightforward, I use Repetier-Host to send commands to the printer.
There are ways to turn on the WiFi in a byzantine way using code, but even if you turn it on it doesn't work properly. The second issue is that half the time my printing had will move to the upper right corner and keep moving until I either turn it off or hit cancel print enough times. Slice with layer height 0. The most consistent solid base I have printed yet: Does it work? There is some confusion on what the i3 is so here is a link for it. If that works then you should try and fix the bed calibration, since this printer is not autocalibrating, you need to set the bed level yourself. After releveling manually, the print adheres in this corner: This print was successful, but I had more problems with printing in that area, another print first layer: This looked really bad, but the object actually turned out fine, luckily enough. A more sophisticated design rolls up the empty tube, out of the way.
I recently reviewed the Select Mini on my YouTube Channel filamentfriday. Is there something else I need to do for it to work or do these two devices just not talk to each other and if that's the case, why would the other programs talk to the printer just fine? Import into Cura, rotate so it lies flat. One other question: I downloaded a couple of. I just got my select mini v2. The feed tube is held to the top of the heatsink by an allen screw. Just print that and tape it to the back of your printer.
I'm new to 3D printing and I've been transitioning through a few different slicer programs. The top side looks better: Snap the two pieces together, fits snugly. Now the same work must be done on this printer. The extruder can hit a maximum temperature of 260°C. I use a 1gb card my self.
Removed the filament, put it back, tried higher temperatures, cutting a sharper edge, nothing. The factory bed was warped and could not be made level super important for good prints! Can you post an example pic of how it is messing up? The control board for this printer must be reverse engineered and duplicated. I'll see which one has the latest version and see how it's been doing. Any tips or ideas of what might be causing this after so much time? The part inside the guide moves freely, but it was printed all in one piece amazing. Use MathJax to format equations.
Rotate to fit both on the bed. Btw,Did you finally fit it with the E3D? Wait for Cura to finish launching. Thanks for the write up on it. The Smoothieboard being a bit more Robust and faster though, and luckily more Opensource friendly. Remove the 4 hex screws pictured here.
This model also didn't excel at printing our bridging test or the Eiffel Tower. Also running fully updated Windows 10 64-bit. Anyways, some useful bathroom things. I've tried on both Linux and Windows. Now when the cancel button is used the macro procedure will send a G90 command. This might be a good option for those diving into 3D printing and are unafraid of tinkering and troubleshooting, with a good probability of more difficult prints failing or requiring a few attempts to complete. One other note I use blue painters tape on the platform , that has given me the best adhesion.