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  1. With great pleasure, I present to you my contest entry. I hope you enjoy watching it as much we enjoyed making it. Scene was taken in a single shot, timed to match the sound track. The video has not been altered (e.g. the video has not been stitched together, sped up, slowed down, etc.). The Ultibot was printed on my Ultimaker 2 from the file provided, scaled up 1.45 in all directions. I did not make any modifications to the Ultibot design. I designed the conveyor and crank assembly with Fusion 360, and printed it with the Ultimaker 2. If there is interest, I can upload my convey
    10 points
  2. I just finished the upgrade of my UM2 to a 2+. First of all, hats off to Ultimaker for making their machines upgradeable rather than forcing us to buy a new machine to keep pace with the latest tech. The upgrade was pretty easy, UM video was a big help. First impressions: this thing is quiet! The new fans are terrific. About all I hear now is the whine of the extrusion motor when the filament retracts. I keep the printer in my office and it is much more comfortable working while it is printing because it is so quiet. I was reluctant to print anything after the upgrade because I was afra
    2 points
  3. also wenn ich eines eines in meiner beruflichen Lufbahn in Bezug auf Kunden gelernt hab dann eines: ... unterschätze niemals die Kreativität von Idioten...
    2 points
  4. Thanks everyone for all the kind words. Made my day. - We spent about 12 hours shooting the scene over and over - over 75 takes for sure. We made it to the end of the run only a handful of times, but in most of those we would later discover that something wasn't right - the boat was in view when it shouldn't be, the foreground and background elements didn't line up right, the Ultibot refused to fall at the end, etc. Of course, by the time we were filming, we had already sunk so much time into the whole production that we were determined to see it through. - I could get behind that It
    1 point
  5. Ok, it's been a long time since I updated the thread. I postponed this print until I did a nozzle upgrade(@anders-olsson rocks!) and a dual fan upgrade(@neotko rocks too!). Remember what it used to be? Check out the comparison, right is the post processed old piece, left is the unprocessed new piece And the final product: I designed a little knob to fit over the crank, as the downscaled heart didn't like the small crank as much.
    1 point
  6. Alright, stop this contest, and give them the price there is no way this can be topped ! [Edit] Let Ultimaker use this for commercial use, and give Eraser and ultimaker Extended ! the Extrusion Upgrade is too little a price for this brilliant video
    1 point
  7. Ça passe pas ^^ J'ai fini par arriver à ce que je veux avec meshmixer et une opération booléenne comme disait Axel. Merci pour votre aide<3
    1 point
  8. dis toi que dans tous les cas il existe un outil universel pour ce que tu veux faire
    1 point
  9. While my Ultimaker original, is not really original anymore I still like to show off This is a large scale print of a statue I 3D scanned and printed, and still is a work in progress. the total height is 60cm, and the largest printed part 38cm, the base is printed in 4 sections.
    1 point
  10. Hi Arjen Welcome to the UM forum. This picture shows your problem. As one is looking onto the first layer on this picture, one can see that the lines of the first layer are not closely together and rather round than of rectangular shape. The first layer should be one smooth surface with no gaps between the lines. If you run your finger nail above the surface you should hardly be able feel the lines. So, what to do. Check (again?) the distance between nozzle and bed surface. It should be equal to the thickness of a sheet of paper (80g/m^2). Didier Klein ask an important question. If y
    1 point
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