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  1. Hey guys, I was hoping that Cura could pass parameters for the minimum and maximum x and y values used in a given print. My thought is that you could push these values forward into mesh leveling bounds and quickly probe the area of bed being used without waste.
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  2. It almost looks like you are using an 0,8 nozzle. Could you confirm this?
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  3. Actually I am currently working on some features to automatically generate interlocking structures for making TPU-PLA bond better. Currently a good strategy might be to just model the models with an overlap. Cura already generates an alternating structure where the layers of TPU and PLA are interwoven within the region covered by both models. I'm not 100% sure what you mean by 'strong slicing'. Are you referring to the problem that the Tough PLA is inside the hole and outside the model, but it is disconnected from each other? Any criteria to take into account for generating the best kind of interlocking are welcome!!
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  4. I've contacted my reseller, but I'm outside of any return policy they offer. I've been working with Ultimaker technicians to figure this out. The respooling is a mystery to everyone, but when dis-assembling the Material Station, I saw a wire for the respooling function had some torn insulation, so maybe that's the issue? I re-seated that connection anyway, but haven't been able to print a job to see if that solved anything (Still getting ER56 when I try to use the Material Station). While the Material Station was taken apart, I disconnected and then reconnected all of the RFI readers, which seems to have resolved the detecting issue. The PVA was put into the Material Station brand new. I now suspect the original packaging for that roll was compromised. I'm going to try a new roll of PVA when I get the Material Station back and running. And we don't change material often. Extruder 2 is almost exclusively PVA, while Extruder 1 is 80% Tough PLA, 15% TPU, and about 5% experimental (PC, UltraFuse, Nylon). I'd say we do 2-3 material changes a week. I've arranged with the technicians to have the Material Station sent in for maintenance. I still get an ER56, even after unclogging the merger points (Which did, in fact, have broken PVA wedged in there)
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  5. Make sure you are not over extruding, that's kind of what it looks like.
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  6. Wanted a power socket on my TONONE reading light. So I made one. Colorfabb color on demand PLA. Added a little piece of ninjaflex for friction against rotation.
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  7. Looks like youre holding red hot steel straight from the forge 👍😎
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