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  1. 2 points
    Doing my first time lapse patina on an old print! So excited! Shame I have to wait a few days to do it as the darn camera is too frickin loud at night with its clicks as the gopro is a nogo. I can hear the clicks at night and they keep me awake! So I cant do more than 14hr timelapse. Quality on that gopro thing sucks! Only good for filming accidents on the road! My high tech setup. 1 Cannon eos d60 or 60d cant remember, 1 timer, 1 room light, 2 lamps with warm led bulbs 4 rubble bags to cover the windows and some masking tape. 1 old ipad 2 for the model to sit on, random black folder as background, Done. And the plated model of course.
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    @burtoogle Noted, answers are coming for your query. Also, cross post of relevant thread here:
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    Whoops, indeed it's an Ultimaker 3 not S3. Explanation of gr5 is clear, makes sense, fits what i'm seeing and is an setting i didn't touch until now. Thanks, i will try it later today. Regards, Richard
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    We had this feature request come in through GitHub too https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/1152 @smartavionics has contributed this plugin, which adds support in Cura.
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    Dear Ultimaker, Please add support for 3d Connexion Space Mice. Many people use them and when you do it's a bummer to do without. Cura is the odd one out at his point. (btw you guys have at least one at the office and otherwise just buy one. You'll certainly find a use for it after development. You'll end up buying loads of them for the people in the office.) Cheers! Thanks in advance
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    Sodale, der Druck läuft und ich muss sagen, die Einstellungen haben genau das gemacht was sie sollten. Bin gerade sehr zufrieden 🙂
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    Finally got to try it out and it does exactly what I hoped for. I really start loving your firmware more and more. It´ s also great to see that much support in the community. Big ups to you!
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    Normally the bed should be in the middle position, so lowering or raising as much as possible is not good. You can also check if the sensor board looks good and the cables are seated well. You say you printhead was flooded, so it is very likely that something is wrong with the cables.
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    If you really want you can program the AA core to think it's a BB core. UM seems to think it will clog more easily but like kman says - what do you have to lose? If you want to disassemble your core to get at the nozzle more easily or to swap nozzles (with what though?) then here is a video instructing you how to do this that I created: If you want to make your AA cores think they are BB (otherwise the printer refuses to send PVA through it) then here are instructions: Frist put your UM3 into developer mode - it's in the menus on the UM3. Your machine needs to be on your network (wifi or ethernet) if it isn't already. Once it's on the network it will show the IP address at the top of the main screen. Next you need ssh which is built into linux and Macintosh terminal but not windows. For windows I recommend putty: https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/latest.html In putty you don't type the "ssh" part but just put the ultimaker@111.222.333.444 part and click "open". ssh ultimaker@1.2.3.4 (don't enter 1.2.3.4 - enter the ip address listed on your UM3) username/password: ultimaker/ultimaker (much easier than root/ultimaker as it takes you straight into the utility to do sendgcode) Choose the type and size from the list below - T0 is left slot and T1 is right slot so before running any of these make sure the core you want to program is in the left slot if it will be AA and in the right slot if it will be BB After programming the core, slide it out and back into the slot at which point the UM3 will re-read the eeprom and realize it's new state. The software that does X,Y,Z offset calibrations for a core goes by serial number and that can't be changed so you shouldn't lose any calibration data when you do the below changes. AA 0.4 sendgcode M151 T0 A8 D7800000000004141 sendgcode M151 T0 A16 D20302E3400000000 BB 0.4 sendgcode M151 T1 A8 D7800000000004242 sendgcode M151 T1 A16 D20302E3400000000 AA 0.8 sendgcode M151 T0 A8 D7800000000004141 sendgcode M151 T0 A16 D20302E3800000000 BB 0.8 sendgcode M151 T1 A8 D7800000000004242 sendgcode M151 T1 A16 D20302E3800000000 AA 0.25 sendgcode M151 T0 A8 D7800000000004141 sendgcode M151 T0 A16 D20302E3235000000 BB 0.25 sendgcode M151 T1 A8 D7800000000004242 sendgcode M151 T1 A16 D20302E3235000000 AA 0.4 sendgcode M151 T0 A8 D7800000000004141 sendgcode M151 T0 A16 D20302E3400000000 BB 0.4 sendgcode M151 T1 A8 D7800000000004242 sendgcode M151 T1 A16 D20302E3400000000 AA 0.6 sendgcode M151 T0 A8 D7800000000004141 sendgcode M151 T0 A16 D20302E3600000000 BB 0.6 sendgcode M151 T1 A8 D7800000000004242 sendgcode M151 T1 A16 D20302E3600000000 AA 0.8 sendgcode M151 T0 A8 D7800000000004141 sendgcode M151 T0 A16 D20302E3800000000 BB 0.8 sendgcode M151 T1 A8 D7800000000004242 sendgcode M151 T1 A16 D20302E3800000000
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