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  1. I'm seeing the same thing. When it goes to print the gear isn't moving. Or rather, its moving, an extremely tiny amount. When I use my older version of Cura, I can print just fine. I can print just fine with other slicers too. My filament flow is set to 100% but acts as though its set to 1%.
  2. Sorry to resurrect a super old post, but I'm having the exact same issue. I jumped from 13.03 to 13.06.4. Unfortunately that link doesn't work anymore Currently my filament flow is set to 100 in 13.06.4. My 13.03 is still working fine.
  3. Well, I came looking for the same advice. Make sure to do it extra gently. I thought I was doing it gently and mine broke anyway. I'm so sick to death of this printer breaking and jamming all the time.
  4. Thanks for the tips guys. You just saved me a lot of money (from the swear jar).
  5. Had some questions about assembly. Do I have to replace all the wood on the head? Or can I get away with just changing certain pieces (like the top and bottom). Any tips on pulling out the old thermocouple and cartridge heater from the old aluminium block? Should I heat it up before trying to remove? If there's anything you found to watch out for, or anything to make my life easier, please let me know.
  6. I had a similar issue with the same material (glow in the dark blue). I ended up printing at 230 and stopped having issues. This was with the v1 hotend.
  7. I had issues with pre-packaged bonaries on my Ubuntu laptop too. Compiling it myself fixed the problem.
  8. I noticed they've gotten more brazen too, occasionally you see them replying to a thread. It makes conversations more difficult to follow.
  9. Far cheaper for one person, but most of us pay a lot of money in shipping. For me to order this mod it would be 22 euro + 59.50 euro shipping = 81.50 euro. I'm pretty certain the bearing + springs cost less than that (unless you are buying them gold plated. ).
  10. No need to wait on robot arms http://www.thingiverse.com/search?q=inmoov&sa=Search
  11. Great idea! Except I'd basically have to give my house to DHL for what the shipping costs! If they had a north american distributor I could make that happen though! And @ Ian & Troy: I would be very eager for a heated bed!
  12. I should have known they'd release something. They always do right after I order!! Same thing happened when I ordered the Ulticontroller, soon as it was out the door the new knurled bolt came out. Not blaming Ultimaker crew; this is typical bad luck for me. But if anyone wants them to release something new, let me know and I'll put in an order. :lol:
  13. Very nice! I'm doing some 3d printing of jewellery right now, so this is of great interest to me. I feel like the 0.4mm nozzle is way too big for making small, fine objects like that. I would be very interested in hearing if you could work out the problems with the first layer (90 degree etc)!
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