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jeroen-somers

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About jeroen-somers

  • Birthday 02/03/1988

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    NL
  • 3D printer
    Ultimaker Original
  1. jeroen-somers

    Temperature isn't consistent

    Is it possible that the wires cause a sort of noise interference between eachother? I will check them tonight as soon as I get home. Thank you for the reply
  2. jeroen-somers

    Temperature isn't consistent

    I did that already but it wouldn't help. I have my printer for almost 3 years now and never had this kind of trouble before so that wouldn't be a good solution either. I don't mind getting my hands dirty so please tell me the non easy way.
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    Temperature isn't consistent

    Hello, I was wondering if someone could help me with the following problem. I have a Ultimaker Original with heated bed upgrade. Yesterday the temperature on my Ulticontroller wasn't consistent. It was set to 210c but it displayed 203c, even when I turned it to 220c or higher it didn't change or changed a little bit to 204c and back to 202c. When I turned it lower, the temperature went lower, (like supposed to) but when turning it to 210c again, it climbed 1 or 2 degrees per minute. it also faltered a little bit (207c, 209c, 202c, 205c) Like it couldn't read the temperture correctly. What I think might be the problem is my temperature sensor or the heater (maybe both) are broke. But I'm not sure, I can 3D print almost anything, but when it comes to the electronic parts of the printer I don't know exactly where to look. Maybe this Ultimaker forum army of 3D enthusiastics can help me with the problem. Greetings, Jeroen
  4. We want to add the UM2+ to our list of compatible printers, but first we need to make sure it works without complications. And because we don't have a UM2+ to our disposal were asking the community to help us.
  5. Doodle3D offers a free Doodle3D WiFi-Box. REQUIREMENTS: You must have a original UM 2+ (no + upgrade) You must be willing to do some test for us. You can email to jeroen@doodle3d.com. The first one to respond wins the Doodle3D WiFi-Box. With kind regards, Jeroen
  6. Hello, I was wondering if the electronics can break when I heat my bed to the max temperature of 185 Celsius. Or if anything else can go wrong if I let it be at this temperature for a couple of minutes. Greetings, Jeroen
  7. jeroen-somers

    UM 2+ firmware change?

    Hello, Could someone tell me if the firmware in the new UM 2+ is different from the firmware in the original UM 2? Greetings, Jeroen
  8. jeroen-somers

    UM 2+ hardware change?

    Hello, Could someone tell me if the hardware in the new UM 2+ is different from the hardware in the original UM 2? Greetings, Jeroen
  9. jeroen-somers

    UM2+ not working

    Hello, Maybe the model on the SD card is wrongly sliced? Can you try to slice a model yourself, or could someone that's reading these message's upload a sliced model for the UM 2+?? Greetings, Jeroen
  10. jeroen-somers

    Want your face printed (by you)? Come here!

    Hello Josef, I'm in, I've sent you a email for additional information about all of this. With kind Regards Jeroen Somers
  11. jeroen-somers

    Plugin question

    But the filename is created by the model you load, this model has a name and when you save it it becomes (modelname.gcode). And the model is loaded before the Plugin. Isn't there a way to get this name?
  12. jeroen-somers

    Plugin question

    Hi there all, I don't know if its been asked before (I've looked but couldn't find it). I am writing a Cura Plugin to display the current .gcode file that is selected from the SD card. Only I can't get the plugin working so maybe you could help me out here. What I want is that the message >> M117 Printing... << is replaced with >> M117 ("filename".gcode) << This is my plugin so far: -------------------------------------- #Name: Display Name #Info: Shows the name of the file on the display. #Type: postprocess import re, os.path def getFilename(): return os.path.basename(filename) with open(filename, "r") as f: lines = f.readlines() with open(filename, "w") as f: for line in lines: if line.startswith('M117'): filename = getFilename() f.write("M117 " + filename + '\n') else : f.write(line) ------------------------------------- what it does, it replaces the printing message > M117 Printing... with this >> M117 CuraPluginTempz3u6ub This isn't my ("filename".gcode) This is some random temp file that is made when you save your cura model to .gcode If you need more information just say so. I hope someone can help me with this With kind regards, Jeroen Somers
  13. jeroen-somers

    Fan printhead, Short Circuit

    Thnx you very much. I will try it and let you know!
  14. jeroen-somers

    Fan printhead, Short Circuit

    Hello my name is Jeroen from the Netherlands. I have a Ultimaker 1. My problem is the Fan at the printhead. I bought a second fan for some extra cooling. when i tried to test it I short circuit it. for a minute or 2 my printer didn't turn on. When it did turn on again my fan wouldn't stop spinning. it won't go off. For as far as i know the printer stil functions, its only the fan that's "crazy" Please help me. greetings, Jeroen
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