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  1. Very interresting, exactly what I was waiting for !
    3 points
  2. je me rappelle aussi d'un post convivial où les plus passionnés venaient délirer ,"un café entre ami" inauguré par @DidierKlein . le dernier message est de @zizon et date de avril 2019. C'est un signe.... c'est depuis ce temps là que tout fout le camp. encore la faute du covid
    2 points
  3. Au moins ce sujet a fait sortir de l'ombre des anciens qui prenaient le frais au fond d'un placard. c'est plaisant de vous lire. coucou @zizon @DidierKlein Globalement d'accord avec vos arguments, j'ai appris a me servir de mes imprimantes grâce à ce forum. Merci à ces anciens . Aujourd'hui je tente d'être toujours présent car je tiens à transmettre humblement ce que je crois savoir pour rendre au forum ce qu'il m'a apporté. Respect au tôlier @darkdvd qui dégaine plus vitre que son ombre pour répondre... il doit avoir une montre connectée sur le forum😊. Je ne suis pas entièrement d'accord avec ton analyse sur les ingénieurs. j'ai utilisé ultimaker pour mon boulot et cela reste un devoir pour un ingénieur d'être un passionné et d'apprendre une nouvelle technologie. je te rejoins par contre sur la croissance des nouveaux clients professionnels qui voient l'impression 3D comme un service rendu au même titre que la photocopieuse. Ceux là ne feront pas le chemin de comprendre ce qui se passe et attendront le même MTBF que leur photocopieuse. Si cela ne fonctionne pas, on appelle le dépanneur. Cela mise à part, je ne retrouve pas la même convivialité sur le forum qu'a une époque. Le public change, beaucoup de nouveaux inscrits qui pose une question et qui ne reviennent pas. Surement parce que l'offre d'entraide est vaste sur le net. Peut être aussi que les nouveaux utilisateurs font déjà partie d'une communauté (hors ultimaker) et que cela leur suffit pour régler leur problème. Le nombre d'utilisateur d'imprimante 3D a explosé et donc également le nombre de vulgarisateur sur les sites généralistes. je pense également que le forum, à une époque, était moins connu. Les utilisateurs étaient moins nombreux et les plus persévérants s'y retrouvaient pour comparer leurs trouvailles. Tout le monde apprenait plus ou moins en même temps. Aujourd'hui comme @lekid on se débrouille très bien tout seul. c'était mieux avant, moi aussi je parle comme un vieux....
    2 points
  4. Hi all, Havent posted in a while due to taking a bit of time out during covid, but now am back and more motivated than ever hopefully, Just finished this off for a friend, and the compartment was a last minute addition, just drilled out and slotted in, I havent made many functioning parts but it works well and the tolerance is so tight inside that the pot slides out like the lid of a new iphone box, smooooothly. So satisfying. Ill post a quick vid soon, but have already given the it to the new owner and not taken enough photos lol. Not sure how much ashes actually go in an urn so maybe if more are needed for future models I will have to find that out! But I its ok for at least a bit. the pics below. White gloss spray paint btw.
    2 points
  5. One more point, I print since the "release" of the alpha version with it, and I have absolutely no problems. And I really like the new engine, it is so much better with curves and such things, that I never looked back to the normal version.
    2 points
  6. Hi everyone,   Today we release Ultimaker Cura 4.10. The spotlight for Ultimaker Cura 4.10 is on Ultimaker Professional and Ultimaker Excellence subscribers. You can now import CAD files directly into Ultimaker Cura. This provides users with an even more effective workflow by boosting productivity and increasing first time right results. Enable this feature by downloading Ultimaker Cura 4.10 and the Native CAD import plugin from the Ultimaker Marketplace. Read more   The following improvements and bug fixes are also available in Ultimaker Cura 4.10:   New features: Flow visualisation: In addition, we tweaked the minimum/maximum color values, making it easier to optimize your print stratgy displayed as the flow, layer thickness, line width, and speed. Contributed by khani3s   Ultimaker PETG print profiles are now available for the Ultimaker 3. Added another set of third party hardware definitions, and updated others to improve accessibility. Bug fixes: Fixed authentication issues when logging into UM account. Contributed by fieldOfView. Fixed a bug where Cura crashes when scaling a model on Linux. Fixed a bug where a model is partially below build plate if center selected model is used. Fixed a bug when using right to left language, numbers were overlaying on text in the print settings.   Read here more bug fixes and new features.  Download 4.10 now   Want more information for Ultimaker Cura 4.10? Read the blog post or watch the video. And let us know your feedback in the comments below or on Github.   Please, be aware that after version 4.10 Ultimaker Cura will only be supported on operating systems actively maintained by their software manufacturer or community. This means Windows 7 and MacOS 10.13 will no longer be supported. Technically this means Ultimaker will stop testing and developing for such operating systems. However, even though it is no longer supported, there is still a high likelihood the application keeps functioning.
    1 point
  7. Hi @SandervG, Don't worry for english 🙂 This isn't your faults if non-UM customers are here 😉 They probably think that because they're using Cura we can help them with their machine... I remember there was a spot to show our 3d printing. I loved this because we could see different type of printing (organical, mechanical, design....) but I can't find this section. Even with better documentation, I think we will have questions like "why my nozzle is clogged" "my filament didn't attach to bed".... ^^
    1 point
  8. I have an Ultimaker S5 that does most of my printing. I don't use the Ultimaker Cloud much though; only local connection and monitoring (and remote via VPN).
    1 point
  9. Very nice and looks more than a porcelan model than a 3D printed one.
    1 point
  10. Yes it is still alive and yes you can install it in parallel. Not 100% sure about the profiles, but normally when you install a different version, all your settings will be copied to the new configuration folder.
    1 point
  11. It has USB on one end and Micro USB on the other. We found it much easier to remove the camera housing from the printer frame open the case and change the Camera Board ONLY (by un-plugging the micro USB end and replacing). A lot easier than trying to re-route the new cable. Really simple and easy to do.
    1 point
  12. Greg's Accel and Jerk Tool for Windows. Unzip and run the Setup file. It's unsigned (because I'm cheap) so you may have to fool your anti-virus to allow it to install. When it starts you may have to manually enter the port number. As a bonus, there is also a utility for printing from the SD card but running things from your PC. Enter your build plate size in the boxes at the upper left. Start out SLOW. At high Accel and Jerk and allowed speeds of up to 400mm/sec - some printers can hurt themselves.
    1 point
  13. We've had this problem also..... Contacted reseller and obtained this: Now the problem has been sorted: According to reseller: "The camera sometimes go myopic over time".
    1 point
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