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  1. Figured out the same thing and heated it up, was pretty easy after that albeit a little messy, green goo everywhere.. Thanks!
  2. I was just wondering if there would be any interest to enable source code management integration? In more practical terms what I'd love to do in one shape or another is to host a git repo on GitHub, Bitbucket or where-ever (no need to limit it to anything specific, they all speak git) and somehow "link" that into a design on Youmagine. Features that could derive from that; - tagged revisions auto published as new versions of design - perhaps a very simple version history and diff-since-last-tagged -feature? - optionally a link back to the repository so anyone more interested in the source could go and have a deeper look This would promote the openness you guys seem keen on but also offload some of the tricky parts onto other systems that are already great at it. Also, make it really easy to manage designs for those already used to SCM.
  3. The pictures depicting the printhead wooden parts actually shows the old singlehead parts, managed to confuse me for a bit; http://farm9.static.flickr.com/8064/8185524829_342378b21a.jpg http://farm9.static.flickr.com/8057/8185562290_77b939b4a0.jpg Thankfully in step 3 and onwards the correct parts are shown assembled.
  4. Got as far as "Step 1: The hot end" before running into serious trouble. Turns out my pre-assembled UM has the cabling done quite different and as a fun surprise, the screw is on so tight I can't seem to unloosen it to fix it. Any good ideas? The hot end is very dirty but there's no plastic blocking the screw as far as I can tell. http://www.flickr.com/photos/artanicus/9625005698/
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