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  1. @jpyt, Ultimaker actualy has done something like that for the Ultimaker 3. See: https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/23132-clogged-print-core
  2. You might find this topic interesting: [gr5 edit - fixed link]
  3. I'm also having this issue. It's especially problematic when you want to print something with text on the bottom, like the OpenScope case: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2080883/#comments I'd also prefer a setting in the firmware, but maybe a Cura plugin would be the fastest route?
  4. I understand from the update that there is a plugin browser comming in the next Cura. I understand from the code, that it's retrieved from: http://software.ultimaker.com/cura/v1/plugins I'm asumming this is currently managed manually? Are there any docs on requirements? How could we submit plugins? The Cura manual seems to be targeted on the current stable version and doesn't seem to contian info yet. I've also looked into the master and 2.7 branches of Cura. Thanks!
  5. Won't changes like this disappear on an updates? Is it likely that this tweak is included in the next firmware update?
  6. Thanks! I'll apply those tweaks. They make it wait a few seconds before restarting it and waits a second before checking it started successfully? Got that from: https://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/systemd.service.html That service isn't prefixed with griffin because it's an existing service?
  7. I noticed that my Ultimaker 3's camera stopped being available a couple of times. Looking into it it seems like it's the http interface (http server?) that stopped? Some observations: - I can still ssh into the ultimaker - "systemctl status griffin.camera.service" indicated that the camera service was active (running) and showed no warnings or errors. - "systemctl status griffin.interface.http.service" indicated it failed. Full output: # systemctl status griffin.interface.http.service -l● griffin.interface.http.service - Griffin HTTP service Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/
  8. @ahoeben, was thinking the same. Altough... there is the permission check and port 80 excludes ssh. Maybe I'm paranoid? @ultiarjan, any tips on how to set that up? Would that be usable to access it from a server, to publish a limited api to the public?
  9. I've sort of started with a dashboard: https://github.com/peteruithoven/um3-dashboard But this is currently only showing the camera, using the unofficial mjpg stream, which I've made accessible through my router. I could really use some tips on how I could for example only have my server be able to access my printer so that I could provide a limited read-only api for the dasboard, maybe using a vpn.
  10. In the end we received the error again and we replaced the bed with a new one.
  11. Looks like Cura 2.4 contains improvements that should improve pva on pla adhesion (tweaked jerk and acceleration). https://ultimaker.com/en/blog/35482-cura-24-beta-is-here Haven't tried this myself yet.
  12. I'm not quite sure what this fixes? That you don't need to disable any settings in preferences. Ah! Nice, thanks! I didn't realize there was a difference between shift and ctrl. Very useful.
  13. I'm not quite sure what this fixes? That sounds like a very interesting solution to the following issue, but doesn't affect the adhesion? https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/1220
  14. With the Ultimaker's PVA we where experimenting with stacking multiple similar models on top of each other. This could highly decrease the amount of manual intervention when doing bigger productions. This is possible after disabling the following behavior in the Preferences: - Ensure models are kept apart - Automatically drop models to the build plate For easy separation and good prints we where thinking of adding a thin pva support (possibly interface) layer in between them. But the pva has a really hard time adhering to the pla, even though the Z distance is 0. What does work i
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