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titanoid

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  1. Lustdurchsatz! Die seitlichen Lüfter müssen PWM- geeignet sein, ich glaube da hat bis jetzt noch niemand was passendes gefunden... Aber allein der Austausch des hinteren Lüfters war bei mir ein Unterschied wie Tag und Nacht! Ich dachte erst, ich hätte beim Anschließen was falsch gemacht, weil nix zu hören war... Also, wen das dauernde Dröhnen nervt, unbedingt austauschen! Ich glaube in den neueren UM2 ist größtenteils schon ein leiserer Lüfter drin.
  2. Ich glaube, Dein "Husten" bedeutet, daß der Druckkopf eine Reihe weiterrückt, sozusagen. Das muß so. Hier zu sehen: Du solltest auf jeden Fall versuchen, die Düse freizukriegen. Bei 240° verbrutzelt PLA doch schon fast... Was die Düse weiter verstopft... In der Apotheke gibts Injektionsnadeln/ Kanülen. Gr. 22 sollte 0,36mm stark sein. In der Düse gibts im Laufe der Zeit immer wieder Ablagerungen von verkohltem Filament oder auch Staub, der mit eingezogen wird. Regelmäßig den atomic pull anzuwenden hilft da!
  3. Zu 1.: Hast Du schon einen versucht?Zu 2.: Alle Zahnriemen straff? Sitzen die Zahnscheiben fest auf den Achsen? Achsen leicht geölt? Was mir bei Deinen Druckeinstellungen noch aufgefallen ist: Die Leerfahrt- Geschwindigkeit muß sehr viel höher sein, 200 oder sogar 250 mm/s. Das sollte die ganzen Fäden reduzieren.
  4. I remembered this one, surely you found that already: Experiment with threads seems not that straightforward, though...
  5. You got another one? Cause I'm not Ultiarjan... But nevermind, it was obvious that you had tons of things spinning in your head;) Glad that I could help! Chris
  6. Der Wahnsinn, sieht super aus der Druck! Da fragt man sich doch, wieso Ultimaker das nicht hingekriegt hat... Weiter so!
  7. Well, now you three are here, I think that proves two things: 1. You are ghosts 2. Ultimaker can look into the future
  8. Yeah, still ghost notifications here too. About 4 out of 20.
  9. Threads with lots of pictures take forever to load: https://ultimaker.com/en/community/1467-post-your-latest-print?page=145 Win 7, firefox
  10. I'm sorry, that was just a 2min google search... I am as excited as everyone regarding new exotic filaments and post processing tricks. Just getting goosebumps if some people experiment with serious chemicals without proper care and protection. Being a goldsmith and craftsman for about 20 years, I was playing with a lot of different materials and chemicals, so there's not much that can scare me. BUT, you have to know exactly what you're dealing with, and how careful and focused you have to be. Remind the happy-go-lucky handling of asbestos over decades, and today they come wearing those biohazard space suits to refurbish old buildings. What I learned is better being too careful. But never stop tinkering, of course!
  11. Well I just chloroform-vaped my last prints and can't believe how well it workzzzzzzzzzzzzzz... Serious folks, whatever you do, be freaking careful! For CPE, as it's meant to be very resistant to chemicals, I think it will get even more dangerous from here on...
  12. I thought the broken image link issue had already been solved? https://ultimaker.com/en/community/view/10789-form1-experience?page=1&amp%3Bsort=#reply-124030 Perhaps I mixed this up... The loading time of picture rich posts has improved, but is still not as fast as in the old forum. Besides, I found a new workflow through the notification bell and found the fixed top bar much more usable than the touchy behaviour before, nice one!
  13. Ich muß zugeben, nach Deinem ersten Post war ich sehr skeptisch, ob da was vernünftiges bei rauskommt, so viele haben sich daran schon versucht. Aber die Ergebnisse sind ganz erstaunlich, Glückwunsch! Gruß Chris
  14. A quick hack would be to set your nozzle diameter to 0.5 to get 2mm walls. I don't see which printer you are using, an UM should be able to overextrude even more.
  15. To be on the safe side, I would burn out the PLA first. There may occur strange things when liquid aluminum meets plastic. Like cooking PLA...
  16. Kannst Du bei dem Thermometer den Emissionsgrad des Materials einstellen? Wenn nicht, würde ich der Messung nicht unbedingt vertrauen... Ich hab zwar auch keine Lösung für Dein Problem, aber wenn Du versuchen würdest, bei 40° unter Soll zu drucken, würde nix aus der Düse rauskommen. Hast Du mal versucht, Deinen Nozzle-Durchmesser in Cura auf zB 0.35 statt 0.4 einzustellen? Oder wahlweise den Materialflow am Drucker auf 105%? Vielleicht reichen auch schon 102%.
  17. We're still waiting for a video of this masterpiece! It's very obvious you are a perfectionist, but please, just turn the crank and hold a smartphone next to it, just as a teaser!
  18. As I understood it, it's the Wall Line Width, yes. I thought about that too... Do we Olsson bros need the nozzle size as an extra setting? When I wanted to print a vase or something in spiralize with .8mm nozzle and 1.2mm wall, I used to set nozzle and shell thickness to 1.2 in old Cura. The Olsson block manages the overextrusion very well. This was a hint from Didier Klein here. To get the bottom of a vase watertight, UltiArjan found out to set the nozzle size a bit lower in order to get the printlines of the bottom closer together. Then receive the required wallwidth through increasing flow. All these parameters can be twisted in the new UI, if I got it right. On the other hand we talk about overextrusion, so I'm confused, too... Where are engineers when you need them?
  19. One of the old Cura versions did that too in spiralize. Think it was 14.07. So no luck with this... As the new Cura Engine was built to be enhanced by plugins, I'm hoping that someone who codes will be able and willing to add a new spiral plugin. Oh, and while we're at this: some more dirty experimental parameters could be added, like this. Just dreaming around8)
  20. With the Olsson Block and a .8mm nozzle, I do a lot of spiralized prints with 1.2mm walls and .6mm layer height. Good for vases and lamp shades, and I like the fat shiny visible print lines. But in an otherwise absolutely flawless print this visible scar sucks indeed! 1. So is there a workaround? 2. I didn't test it with the new Cura so far, has someone? 3. And (sadly) is there another slicer that does a "clean" spiralize?
  21. No warning that someone was faster...
  22. I would recommend IRobertIs feeder. It has a snap on guide for flexible filaments. Plus filament change and atomic pulls are a breeze!
  23. Secret forum sections? Ultimaker darknet?
  24. Also check the glass plate. Mine was a banana, got a new one from support.
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