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  1. Hello all ! I want to know which are the best settings of .stl format for an Ultimaker 2+ i am asking about Deviation and Angle, should i use the default of Solidworks ? thanks !
  2. rasti666

    Repair Juice machine

    Version 1.0


    Hi ! i have made a few parts to RE-USE an old juicer machine, so i replace the broken ones with a POLYFLEX filament and there is no need to buy a new one SALUT !
  3. rasti666

    Basket Repair

    Version 1.0


    printed on my Ultimaker 2+ 50% fill reinforce with aluminum rods
  4. rasti666


    on a second try i put the fans on 35% bed on 50C and increase a little bit the height of the nozzle. it works better but maybe it be just some Luck
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    i am working with 0.1 first layer.( on cura) there is a way on cura that i can change the height between the layers ? ( all of them supposed to be the same )
  6. rasti666


    Hi !! I printed a simple test and it's got some Elephant foot material PLA fans speed increase from 0% to 100% bed temp 60C any ideas how to AVOID the Elephoot ?? *the second pic is upside down
  7. rasti666

    Printing not going well :(

    so.. fans were 100% all the way and the temp was 205c support " everywere" and lines.
  8. rasti666

    Printing not going well :(

    yes it works, but the quality is poor. you can see by yourself, the support was hard to remove and left the side not really soft
  9. rasti666

    Printing not going well :(

    yes ! i forgot .. PLA ! and i used the settings of the UM2+ for PLA often change the Fan Speed manually.
  10. Hello everybody! i am having some troubles triyng to print this part. https://www.dropbox.com/s/wzj37tyk6kn0f81/Zipper.STL?dl=0 i tried differents ways ( upside .. with and without support whit brim... ) if someone have same tips .. it could really help ! thanks !

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