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  1. ultiarjan

    Changing nozzles 5S printcore

    Indeed not recommended. Also this type of nozzle is not for sale separately.
  2. ultiarjan

    Afmetingen blok in het bed

    Volgens mij zijn ze inderdaad 1 cm. De grijze buitenrand is dynamisch en past zich aan afhankelijk van instellingen. Als je bijvoorbeeld dual-extrusion print zal de rand rechts zich aanpassen omdat je effectieve ruimte kleiner wordt. Ook b.v. het aanpassen van je "brim" heeft effect. Print je met een bredere brim, dan hou je minder effectieve ruimte over voor je print.
  3. ultiarjan

    Unable to print with non NFC spools

    I had issues with the material override, for me it does not work from cura, but does work from the connect que.... https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/4897
  4. Think the S0 on the hot end fan needs to be S255. Here's my fans setup (I use a case fan, type like a UM3 side fan, at half speed to reduce the noise) ; Fans M106 P0 S0 I0 F500 H-1 ; Set fan 0 - print cooling side fans - value, PWM signal inversion and frequency. Thermostatic control is turned off M106 P1 S255 I0 F500 H1 T35 ; Set fan 1 - heatsinkfan -value, PWM signal inversion and frequency. Thermostatic control is turned on M106 P2 S153 I0 F500 H-1 ; Set fan 2 - case FANS - value, PWM signal inversion and frequency. Thermostatic control is turned off
  5. It's almost as simple, you just move the bed up using the webinterface for leveling (I just use a piece of paper like like I always did on the ultimaker), write down the offset number, and type it into the "config-override.g". Specially as you really don't have to do it often I can't be bothered writing a macro for it. But writing macros for the duet is super easy and flexible, also just changing firmware settings thru config files without the need to compile and do difficult stuff is just brilliant.
  6. ultiarjan

    Usefull links

    Nozzle changing is not easy and will probably damage the CORE. Ultimaker uses a very high torque during manufacturing. These things a basically not meant to be taken apart again.... Ofc you can try anything, but be aware a leaking CORE creates a difficult to clean/repair printer head...
  7. ultiarjan

    Usefull links

  8. +1 for just adjusting the value in -config-override.g- I do it like that also
  9. ultiarjan

    FilaPrint ABS Settings, Ultimaker 2+

    No material is "better" than another in general. Polymax PLA is uncomparable to ABS as it has a glass transition temperature of only 60 celsius, while ABS is around 85 - 105 celsius (depending on the brand).
  10. ultiarjan

    End of job behavior

    I agree it's a pain not being able to easily adjust firmware behavior, specially compared to the super easy Duet3D... I solved the issue cheaply with a raspberry pi, a few webcams mounted over the printers and the use of motion eye. You can add multiple cameras to one Pi. Sure it takes some afford, but only once, and it will not get messed up every firmware update https://randomnerdtutorials.com/install-motioneyeos-on-raspberry-pi-surveillance-camera-system/
  11. ultiarjan

    UM 5 of 3?

    Je kunt UM3's updaten vanaf USB, dus niet nodig om ze mee naar huis te nemen.
  12. ultiarjan

    UM 5 of 3?

    Ah ja, goed punt.
  13. ultiarjan

    UM 5 of 3?

    Tsja, van de prijs kun je van alles vinden... maar inhoudelijk; S5; Natuurlijk als je groter volume moet printen. Gehard aandrijfwiel in de feeders, voor printen van abrasive materiaal Stillere stepper drivers Betere autoleveling Modernere bediening, touchscreen. UM3; Kleiner.. Als je abrasive materiaal wilt printen kun je beide feeders upgraden naar bondtech Autoleveling werkt, zal op termijn neem ik aan meeprofiteren van de verbetering van de S5 (firmware) Algemeen; lichtere printkop is betere kwaliteit bij dezelfde snelheid, dus UM2 is de snelste, dan de 3, dan de 5 (bij de 5 is niet alleen de kop zwaarder, ook de XY assen zijn dikker en zwaarder) UM3 en S5 vs UM2 : De core is super handig qua onderhoud, makkelijker dan vervangen onderdelen in een UM2 kop De 3 en de 5 hangen aan je netwerk, makkelijk bij beheer meedere machines. De 3 en de 5 bieden meer gebruiksgemak, herkennen van Ultimaker materiaal. De 3 en 5 kunnen bij hogere temperaturen printen door de core, dus meer materiaal opties. Nadeel van het gebruiksgemak van 3 en 5 is wel dat bij problemen (bv volgelopen kop) de 3 en 5 lastiger schoon te maken (cq reparen) zijn dan de meer eenvoudige UM2 kop. de UM2 is single extrusion. voor UM2 is alternatieve firmware beschikbaar, beter voor de knutselaar, de 3 en 5 zitten toch "op slot" qua firmware. Bij budget voor meerdere printers lijkt mij een mix van modellen het meest slim... Bij low budget of 'meer tijd dan geld' is een 2e hands UM2 met bv een upgrade naar duet3D electronica een leuke optie.
  14. ultiarjan

    Ultimaker's pva problem

    I used Ultimaker Nylon with PVA, think Nylon is one of the best materials to use with PVA, it sticks much better to it than PLA. And no, did not try to use PLA as support, think you should give PVA another try....
  15. ultiarjan

    Ultimaker's pva problem

    In my area (the Netherlands) it's enough to keep the filament in a container, without extra active drying. I've used PVA of over a year old (Ultimaker and other brand) without any issue. Prevention works. In other climates you may need active drying, not sure, but anyhow prevention pays of. My simple DIY box, I also print from the box... https://www.youmagine.com/designs/drybox-for-pva-ultimaker3
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