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alexwimjan

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  1. Some foto,s. Between the hotend and the E3D there is also a TEFLON ring so that the hotend can be tightened properly. it is easy to change the nozel. It asy
  2. Hallo,Because with this lookalike olson block you can use the original UM2 heating element and the temp.sensor. Also the connecting wires are on the back. It works very well, I packed it with glass wool (insulation paper). I will take a picture soon. I have improved the attachment of the E3D by sliding a rip between it so that it can no longer turn around.
  3. Hi, I approached the problem differently and made another one that looks like the olson block only of aluminum. UM2-Hotend Drawing.pdf UM2-Hotend E3D v6.zip
  4. Sorry Arjan maar ik denk dat deze de mijne wordt. https://www.stepcraft-systems.com/ Mijn engels is ook via googl-translate verschrikkelijk. Back on topic, I have PLA from 123inkt with the same problem, after the hot water method goes back several feet well, but then the PLA breaks down again even after a halt on the reel at the UM2.
  5. Sorry Arjan maar ik denk dat deze de mijne wordt. https://www.stepcraft-systems.com/ Mijn engels is ook via googl-translate verschrikkelijk.
  6. OK this one. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/3-d-printer-accessories-Ultimaker-v2-1-1-panel-2-generations-Ultimaker-mainboard-product/2000223613.html
  7. Or this one. http://www.dx.com/nl/p/3d-printer-control-board-diy-compatible-for-ultimaker-pcb-ramps-dual-print-ew-deep-blue-313750#.VRrKvvmsUxI
  8. Hay spiracy How about this. http://www.dx.com/nl/p/3d-printer-ultimaker-v1-5-7-control-board-for-ultimaker-ulti-stepper-drive-pololu-stepper-drive-282848#.VRrI0vmsUxI
  9. why not update the firmware from cura 15.02.1.????
  10. Korneel bedankt. Ik ga zeker (als het nodig is) deze methode gebruiken.
  11. Hallo koneel, Kan je dit onderwerp aub ook op het -Nederlandse Forem- herhalen.
  12. Hallo all How about this, Cyclops - from E3D. http://e3d-online.co...trusion/Cyclops The Cyclops 2 In, 1 Out - Switching HotEnd Cyclops introduces a new way of printing multiple materials not yet seen before in commercially available hotends. By taking 2 input materials and printing them alternately from a single nozzle Cyclops is able to eliminate ooze problems that are inherent in most conventional dual extrusion systems. This new approach has been working excellently for us in testing at E3D, but we are releasing it now as an experimental product as we are still figuring out the best techniques for using this new HotEnd type. - See more at: http://e3d-online.co...h.xUj1XmP2.dpuf
  13. I think its not moor wasteful than change the color by another spool.
  14. Hallo all How about this, Cyclops - from E3D. http://e3d-online.com/Multi-Extrusion/Cyclops The Cyclops 2 In, 1 Out - Switching HotEnd Cyclops introduces a new way of printing multiple materials not yet seen before in commercially available hotends. By taking 2 input materials and printing them alternately from a single nozzle Cyclops is able to eliminate ooze problems that are inherent in most conventional dual extrusion systems. This new approach has been working excellently for us in testing at E3D, but we are releasing it now as an experimental product as we are still figuring out the best techniques for using this new HotEnd type. - See more at: http://e3d-online.com/Multi-Extrusion/Cyclops#sthash.xUj1XmP2.dpuf
  15. Leon heb jij geen last met de eind stop/startplaats linksachter.? ik heb dat wel de bovenste eind-micro schakelaar weigerd (staat te scherp - wordt niet genoeg ingedrukt). Omdat de FanDuct tegen de linker zijbeplating komt.
  16. Je kan eventueel een warmte schild maken zie het andere ontwerp. (wel andere maten)
  17. Hallo Blizz, Je moet die hollanders ook alles uit leggen he. Tot de volgende meeting.
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