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  1. :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P I'd like to see a part that looks like mold injected. However I will also try to print with 0,4 or 0,5.
  2. Inspired by Personal Drones post, I'd like to show some pictures of a redesign of Spidex Micro (on Thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:326062). The lateral parts got extended to mount the base plate upside down (for my understanding the correct orientation), the base plate got adjusted to be more stronger at the motor mounts, the mount for the FPV antenna got adjusted. Printed with PLA. Flying like a speedy bumblebee! :-P :-P :-P A first flight video will be available on Youtube soon (just uploading):
  3. Just did a second print with some adjusted settings: Nozzle: 0,8 mm Layer height: 0,3 mm Print speed: 50 mm/s -> 30 mm/s Temp: 210 -> 225°C Fill Density: 100 % Here is the comparison picture: Looks smoother now. However, this is still a 0,3 mm layer print. For high quality surfaces you have to go down to 0,1 mm layer height. However, for a technical print where the function of the part is important, the 0,3 mm layer height together with the 0,8 mm nozzle gives you a much, much, much quicker 'happy' finish! :cool:
  4. Maybe a small hint for replacing the original UM nozzle by the Olsson block: I accomplished this without disassembling the whole printing head. My way to replace it was as follows: do an Atomic clean of the UM nozzle remove the set of side fans by loosening two screws on the left and right (in total only 4 screws) this gives access to the original UM nozzle/heaterblock now heat up the nozzle to ~ 190 °C to soften stuck filament in the hot end isolator area (the coupler with the holes on the side) with that you are now able to remove the original UM nozzle without any force b
  5. This Olsson block is so amazing. :-P A technical print which took me formerly 2 hours is now finished within less than half an hour. :-P :cool: :cool: Settings: Nozzle: 0,8 mm Layer height: 0,3 mm Print speed: 50 mm/s Temp: 210 Fill Density: 100 %
  6. I think, now it's time to show my (temporary) happy four walls. :cool: It's - hm, how to say, - hm - somehow a heated chamber....reducing warping nearly perfect ... also good for noise reduction. :cool:
  7. Have you also tried a different type of filament? I have one type of filament which is really a beast ....
  8. Try to clean the bed, maybe there is some grease/fat on it. Which speed are you printing? Set this to 50 mm/s Which layer height? Set this to 0,3 mm for the first layer 210C and 60C should be ok. If the bed is leveled, there should be everything okay to get a successful print.
  9. This is logical. - no gap between isolator and heater block - "some" gap between isolator nut and isolator
  10. swordriff, how is production going on? Do you have an update in regards to the shipment of the next batch of "The Olsson Block"? :cool:
  11. :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P
  12. Long time no type - it seems to be summertime.... :-P However: voted 5x
  13. Laut "Assembly Manual" bleibt der Anschluss ANALOG frei. Überprüfen solltest du hier lediglich ob "TEMP3" angeschlossen ist und ob "HEATED BED" angeschlossen ist. Das sind die 4 Leitungen die zum heated bed gehen. Der Rest passt ja. Wenn hier alles in Ordnung ist würde ich den Support mal kontaktieren.
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