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Kurt-Kirkeby

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    Ultimaker 2 Ultimaker 3+
  1. Kurt-Kirkeby

    PVA support by Stacked parts

    Thank you both for the hint's It's exactly what i am working on, removing man time, hit the number of parts per filament-coil, minimum man time by removing support, and let the Ultimaker run for a day or two, man time is expensive in Denmark. God point with the PVA part, I am working on a test run :-)
  2. Kurt-Kirkeby

    PVA support by Stacked parts

    Images: PVA and stacked parts1: - my parts are stacked in an assembly, with space to place PVA or support material PVA and stacked parts2: - perspective view of the parts PVA and stacked parts3: - The problem with PVA support and stacked parts, it builds up an unnecessary, time and cost spending wall (6 hours extra for 8 parts) PVA and stacked parts4: - The problem with PVA support and stacked parts, it builds up an unnecessary, time and cost spending wall PVA and stacked parts5: - The same G-code with 43 parts printet without PVA just one material for part and support PVA and stacked parts5-1: detailed view of image5 I have market up the support with a yellow marker PVA and stacked parts6-Extruder1: Extruder1 selected PVA and stacked parts6-Extruder2: the only change is i have selected Extruder2 I have tried to set serval settings under support and I keep on getting these unnecessary walls, can anyone help me?
  3. Kurt-Kirkeby

    UM3 Printhead lift switch problem

    Hi I have struggled with this problem to day, and did the calibration serval times, and the manual procedure, suggested here, nothing helped, until i discovered the cured nylon droplet under core1, when I removed that the failure is gone
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