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ColoRich

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  1. ‘Thank you, Carlo. Will we ever get filament monitoring and Frame LED control? Both would be great.
  2. With the introduction of the new flagship S5, is the UM3 even supported anymore? It looks like the last firmware update was April of last year.
  3. Well, it’s been a while. Any firmware update for the UM3 yet?
  4. Flow sensors that are readily available just monitor and control the flow rate. I’ve been using the one by Filipe (Objects With Intelligence) on my Marlin printers for a few years. There should be no reason they couldn’t also monitor for EOF and jams as well.
  5. Hopefully this thread isn't dead, but would this work? https://dyzedesign.com/shop/filament-detector/filament-sentinel-2/
  6. Thanks @gr5 and @MJHEED, their customer service is exceptional. I originally ordered 2 sheets for my UM3 and after a fail and fused plate (for which I used a heat gun, then sanded) I have somehow ended up with 5 plates from them...4 of them at no charge. I am am going to try my rough-sanded plate with manual leveling and.no heat — and tweak it from there — both of you have helped me tremendously. Thank you, Rich
  7. Can anyone tell me how to get the FLEKS3D printing plate to work successfully on my Ultimaker 3? I use their glass “pucks” for leveling with the heated nozzles, but my first layer(s) embed themselves into the plastic plate material, thus making the printed part impossible to remove without damaging it. I emailed the co-creator of FLEKS3D and he was not able offer advice as he hasn’t used a UM3 — yet they sell a plate and the glass pucks specifically for use with the UM3. Is there a way to turn off the nozzle heaters when doing the bed leveling procedure? This would be a solution to my problem. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
  8. I know this is an old thread, but can anyone tell me how to get the FLEKS3D printing plate to work successfully on my Ultimaker 3? I use their glass “pucks” for leveling with the heated nozzles, but my first layer(s) embed themselves into the PMMA material, thus making the printed part impossible to remove without damaging it. I emailed the co-creator of FLEKS3D and he was not able offer advice as he hasn’t used a UM3 — yet they sell a plate specifically for the UM3. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
  9. Have you looked into the Polymaker PolySupport? http://www.polymaker.com/shop/polysupport/
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