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    Raptor Hand from eNable.
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    Stand for your laptop that allows for optimal viewing pleasure.
  3. Did anyone solve this issue? My Cura keeps losing connection with my printer as well. Matt
  4. recently updated my Ultimaker 3 with the latest firmware and the newest cura 2.4. My machine keeps losing connection to cura or the application on the iPhone. I have reset my wifi and my machine to factory settings and the same issue is occurring? It continues to "lose connection to the printer" also when I click connect on the wireless network usually the machine asks for permission but now it does nothing. Could this be a firmware issue. How can I resolve this?
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    This is an iphone 6S docking station that clamps on to vents in most cars. It includes a cut in the bottom to allow for charging as well.
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    Do you like plants? How about modern architecture and geometric patterning?
  7. Hey thanks for the response. Unfortunately I did not take any photos of the issue and I haven't printed with the PVA material since. To be a little more descriptive.... as the print head moves it seems that the material itself is curing faster than it is able to adhere to the build plate, resulting in the PVA not adhering and instead 'charring'/burning and clumping up on the nozzle.
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    Smartwatch dock that lets you take your watch off and still leave it in style...
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    Double Spinner fidget toy. Requires 3 bearings.
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    Geometric Coaster for protecting your furniture from hot and cold beverages.... In a rather stylish manner.
  11. Hey guys, I am printing a pretty simple structure with an overhanging feature. I am using white PLA. I seem to be struggling with the PVA as a support material. It tends to clump up on the nozzle and then burn. My bed temp is 65-70C and my nozzle temp is 210C. Should I slow down the print? Use a build tower? Any tips on successful PVA printing would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    Small Ultimaker Bot for made for a quick investigation of the new silver filament.
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    Investigating different print speeds on the Ultimaker 3. Incredibly fast and the quality is looking fantastic. Resolution: 0.1mm Speed: 25mm/s
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