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  1. We did a 9 day print recently on the Ultimaker S5. I love how this turned out. Admittedly, that tail is so fragile, I'm a little afraid to breathe whenever I walk by it. We've got the S5 set up on a custom rolling cart we built with some built in storage areas. The STL is here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:284409
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  2. It was a very long step to show this but now I can show my first dual prints with 1 temp sensor and 1 heater. The printquality is not the best because the temperature is not stable or the difference is to big between both colours. The reason is that normally there have to be a 6*30mm heater but I only have a 6*16mm. But I think I will get the right heater soon. But here my first 2 videos:
    2 points
  3. ya des gens très motivé sur cette terre
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  5. Nylon works wonders with PVA. And, I would investigate the UM TPLA. I really like it. It will replace all prints that I make that get painted....with a few exceptions. And, Nylon can be dyed to get some really striking colors with food safe dyes.
    1 point
  6. Howdy SLmona91 - Working with Nylon can be a real pain. The parameters that gr5 suggested will set you on the right path. However, even with the printer perfectly configured, I struggled with this for quite some time until I witnessed first hand what was causing my prints to fail. I noticed a small piece of filament coming directly out of the print head was waving around in the air. Upon further investigation, I realized a very small draft was impacting my print quality (probably from a ceiling fan in my office) based on that finding, I purchased the advanced 3D printing kit and problem solve
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  7. In ieder geval: gebruik zeker *geen* SketchUp, want dat is een garantie op zware problemen bij het 3D-printen. Dit komt doordat SketchUp geen waterdichte, solide 3D-modellen maakt, maar eerder een soort "papieren" modellen, met spleten tussen de naden. Zulke eindeloos dunne papieren wanden zijn niet printbaar. SketchUp is nooit ontworpen voor 3D-printen, maar alleen voor visuele representatie van gebouwen op een computer; en daarvoor is het wel goed. Ik zou voorstellen dat je op Youtube eens kijkt naar DesignSpark Mechanical ("DSM"). Dat is freeware, en vereist enkel registratie. V
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