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  1. Dommage, le Phare Amédée était très joli... pour une modélisation avec Sketchup (je plaisante, je plaisante !) Question modélisation de cylindres avec Sketchup, je te bat à plat de couture (question hauteur 🤣 ) Donjon de l'Extrème à Nigloland : hauteur 2 mètres
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  2. Add firmware compensation toggle setting Add allow dynamic precision setting Remove incorrect minimum/maximum values for resolution Align setting names and defaults with ArcWelderLib Update ArcWelder executables to 1.1.1 Add documentation to readme
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  3. Hi - Just thought I'd give an update as I have some moderate success printing with CPE 🙂 I changed the settings as follow: Bed Temp: 75C Print Temp: 260C Speed: 45mm/s Fan Speed: First 5 layers @ 35% and then 65% thereafter Enclosure: Close front Printer: UM2+ Bed Adhesion: Skirt with Magigoo FLEX I am not sure whether it was the change to Magigoo FLEX or the combination of a slight Temp bump and reduced fan speed or maybe even all three. It was quite a large part, about 12 hours print. I have to say, the part did not look as great as I have heard people claim CPE can deliver, but at least it stuck to the bed. So there is that... 😄 Regards, Friedl
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  4. I had the same issue, but none of the aforementioned solutions worked. Instead, disabling Z-hop did the trick.
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  5. My work lab I manage now has 6 Ultimaker S5's. We have them inside instrumented 3D Print Clean 870 Pro enclosures (https://www.3dprintclean.com/product-page/model-870-safety-enclosure) We use the lower stand/cabinet area for the switch, UPS, rack server and hub for all the data we collect from prints (humidity, temps, multiple thermal and 4k footage we capture for the researchers). It's been quite an adventure seeing my hobby turn into a full time job!
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  6. Lüfter sind früher oder später Verschleißteile, also ich würde ihn gleich mittauschen, kosten ja auch nicht die Welt. Ich glaube man kann schwer sagen wie lange die wirklich halten, da spielen viele Faktoren mit, unter anderem auch die Temperatur die sich auf die Lebensdauer der Lager auswirkt.
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  7. @3d_rockstar - Just to reduce confusion, when you say "rod" I think you mean "screw". People seem to call that part the screw. If you get an off brand screw there is a small chance you will have to get a nut also that goes with it. But for the most part there aren't very many different versions. @Torgeir - it's a triple helix screw and the pitch is 2mm, right? So doesn't it move 6mm with each rotation? @3d_rockstar - keep in mind you can buy this complete assembly (stepper and screw as one piece and with proper connector soldered on) from Ultimaker. Not particularly expensive. Contact igo3d. Email them. It's not shown on their website but they can get any part of any ultimaker for a reasonable price.
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  8. (I realize this is a necro, but this posting comes up at top for my google search, so I'm adding my answer.) A way that seems to be quite easy is to save an empty project (File->Save) which will include the printer settings. Then open (again, via File->Open) that project, and you'll be asked if you want to update or create a new profile and printer. Create new and change the settings there. I've done this just now with the new Cura 4.1 , but older versions should be able to do that as well, since there is a comment from 2018 on GitHub: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/3568 [edit] Apparently not everything is copied? I had to set the manual change in the _settings.inst.cfg again. (I've disabled temp control of the nozzle, because I prefer to control that via Octoprint.)
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