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    Blocco a ugelli intercambiabili "Olson Block" per Ultimaker 2

    Ciao Paul, si esatto. Più che pochi secondi, qualche minuto, il tempo di pulire bene l'ugello che smonti con un atomic clean, poi a caldo puoi sostituire l'ugello da 0.4 con qualsiasi misura, ormai si trova tutto da 0.2 a 1 mm Guarda sul sito di 3DSolex, hanno il blocco e vari accessori.
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    general forum feedback

    Got two of those aswell
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    We made it, the New Cura

    Well many people are using the Olson block with interchangeable nozzles on the Ultimaker 2, so having the nozzle size back would be really great. I understand that for now the "line width" parameter can be used instead, basically as if it was the nozzle size. This worked for me up to now. File that gave size issues on new Cura was sent by e-mail, thank @nallath for having a look at it.
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    We made it, the New Cura

    I did run on a serious problem with the new Cura (using the Mac version). It got the size of one object I am printing wrong. It is a big 500 gr piece for a client and I had to print it twice for this reason. The base of the object should be 11,2 cm. The new cura makes it 10,7 cm, approximately. The old cura gets it very right. So I had to trash the 500 gr object from the first print I made (a 48 hours print) and print it again with a gcode generated with the old cura, which printed perfectly right. OLD Cura: New Cura Another object sliced with the new cura instead printed with the correct size, so it appears to be a problem that only affects certain stl files. Anyone else noted something like this? I can't share the file here, as it is a client design, however I guess I could send it to team Ultimaker, after asking for permission to the client, for an analysis of the issue. So right now I am having a serious trust issue with the new Cura. A pity because it is just a great software, so much better than the old one. EDIT: I have client permission to share the file with Team Ultimaker, maybe a moderator could let me know where I can send the file so that you guys can have a look at this issue.
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    New 2.2 Kg spools from FormFutura

    I got it off the re:3D store: http://shop.re3d.org/collections/3mm-filament/products/15lb-spool-of-3mm-high-quality-filament I have not actually used the roll on a Ultimaker at all, but on a re:3D Gigabot XL: http://shop.re3d.org/collections/gigabot-3d/products/gigabot-bigger-volume Thx! Big spool for big printer
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    Free Olsson Block Competition

    LOL
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    New 2.2 Kg spools from FormFutura

    Thank you Chrisw! It spins fine, however mind that I am using a spool holder with bearings http://www.3dprinterstore24.de/Filament-Filamentzubehoer/Filament-Zubehoer/Spoolholder-fuer-Ultimaker-2-KUGELGELAGERT::122.html The Ultimaker top cover and bottom drawer are also from the same store, excellent well made stuff. At the very beginning I had to re-put the filament on track as it had an inclination to slide out of the spool. This was during the first 15-30' of print. However I am now at 45 hours print (and still 5 hours to go), mostly unattended, for a big 3DHubs order and no problems at all. So I would indeed recommend these spools for the UM.
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    We made it, the New Cura

    Thanks gr5, really appreciated, but I never uploaded an image there. It was just to say that on the Internet you are really in control of something only if it resides on a server/domain name you manage personally. I hope the possibility will remain, on this forum, to post images with just an URL.
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    New 2.2 Kg spools from FormFutura

    Where did you get it? Does it fit the Ultimaker2 spoolholder on the back?
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    We made it, the New Cura

    If you upload to the forum albums you have complete control over your images too. You can delete them at will. Until the admin section is available, that is. For example if I had uploaded an image on the "old" forum, It would now be out of my control. Things change over time.
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    We made it, the New Cura

    If the image is deleted from that "somewhere" then the forum ends up with a broken link and no image. I recall seeing a request for no external images to be used on the old forum. Personally I like to have control over the images I post, and want to be free to delete them one day. So I think it is healthy to have both options available, upload to the forum or external link.
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    We made it, the New Cura

    I haven't figured that out yet either - it should be that if you click on the picture you get full size. I mean that would be how *I* would do it. For now it can be done "manually" by nesting the IMG code inside an URL code: Click for full size: And indeed, this should be a standard feature of the forum, rather than something that is done by hand. Once you insert an external image, the software should add the link to the original file, nothing complicated.
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    We made it, the New Cura

    I can't see anywhere the WEIGHT of material used, I only see estimated time and filament LENGTH. It is me, or the weight is not available anymore? I used that a lot for my calculations.
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    New 2.2 Kg spools from FormFutura

    And I thought I was so cool with my miserable 2.2 Kg
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    New 2.2 Kg spools from FormFutura

    Actually yours is very "long", not sure it would fit my spool holder. What is your setup with this spool to feed the filament?
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