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Stefania Dinea

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  1. @BiMNrd Yes and no, you will already have a like brim created by the base of the PVA - you use the pla skirt to extrude some material before the pla print starts, so you can check if it extrudes correctly and to clean the core of pla residue - hope this makes sense.
  2. For a safe bet 1.2 top bottom layer and wall thickness- min 5% infill and i use a skirt not a brim
  3. @BiMNrd i usually use ultimaker pla but I have tried tough to print some sockets wall mounts in tough - i would recommend tough for such things.
  4. @BiMNrd hello, thanks for reaching out. I think @SandervG can give you input on those settings I have my um calibrate for 0.2 layer height in general just to avoid certain issues. As for matte a trick I use is use matte spray after but if you want to go for the kill there are also other materials, non ultimaker brands that offer white matte specifically for architecture models - however they are a trick to print it more than often. The white spray is your fastest alternative. If possible also a little bit of sanding never hurt nobody. Hope this helps.
  5. @yttrium you are not the first/only one expecting this from Autodesk - I can say that this is the main reason this blog is here, that so much time has passed and no one click solution was provided. I started printing about 4 years ago and at that time Revit was still my no. 1 software to go to - I soon changed to Rhino and became more confident in using that software and all it’s visual programing plug-ins to handle massive amount of revit data in regards to 3D printing β€” the results are that working with revit is time consuming in regards to 3d printing and it will be a never ending story until someone does something about it. This blog is indeed a little light in algoritms since its purpose was to be accesible to everyone , not only people with know how in more than one software. With this being said I would just like to mention again - you are not the only one with these wishes - we, all revit users ,want the same thing in regards to this topic.
  6. @Smithy I am kinda taking my time updating the post - however work in progress like everything else in my life right now. This is a perma-link but I will finish it under the following days -- I hope!! please feel free to add and comment if you want any other extra info https://www.dineadesign.com/2019/04/29/the-equilibrium-pavilion/ Here are some random photos that are also on my blog post for everyone who does't feel like reading. We turned it into a guest book on Sunday - thought it would be cool. after life of the pavilion in a shared office space in Helsingborg:
  7. Your parts did fit like a glove - i think you had one of the top quality prints πŸ˜€ however I will come back with a full story soon - it was an experience I can say that much - still today left to hang out
  8. @Smithy we are going to do a timelaps which is awesome also if you have instagram i will post live updates on my main account @dineadesign πŸ™ƒ
  9. @Smithy - I am already in Helsingborg - just had my dinner - going for a stroll and then off to the venue to leave my parts there πŸ™‚ and see how things are going to kick off for tomorrow - will take lots of photos and come back with a remark post about it.The most important thing is that it was 100% crowd funder and finished ahead of time - now come what may πŸ™‚
  10. The benchy is one item not a multiple of models that need to be indexed with a logical code - this might consume a lot of time - make sure it is worth it first. Hope this helps.
  11. @Smithy - omg - they look so cool - can I share these photos - do you have an instagram account I can tag you in? I am so happy they are so colorful - mine are all black and white - habit of profession :))
  12. Selling my UM 3 in Sweden for 28 000 kr (postage not included ++ shipment included if you live in Stockholm area) - I had the printer for more than a year and kept it in good condition (due to the fact that I barely have time to be at home and play with it). PM for more info - blocket add will come soon. Thanks πŸ˜‰
  13. @aag over the years I found the printer materials work best with the printer so by that i mean ultimaker materials work wonders with ultimaker machines, also I have my own custom settings which never failed me - for each diff layer height you should recalibrate your printer also for every nozzle change same thing - recalibrate. Recently I started using the ultimaker custom profiles which I found to be very good. As another tip is that the wall thickness should be a multiple of nozzle thickness and the top bottom thickness should be a multiple of the layer height. Slow speed for me is 45 mm/s πŸ™‚ i usually run at 100 πŸ™‚
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