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  1. Hi all, I have had a lot of problems with leveling my bed, i never seem to get it at the right height. So about a week ago i started wondering if i could build auto leveling into my UMO+. I googled around a lot to see if anyone had made a guide to do this, but i couldn't really find one which i understood good enough to do it myself. So i was wondering if any of you had ever build auto leveling into your UMO+ and how you did it. Kind regards, Toon
  2. after letting it just finnish the print i ended up with almost as good as i wanted it. things i noticed the most was that the support looked strange and that the lower right part of all the rings where a bit misformed. https://photos.app.goo.gl/eQQ9oksl23wVHlzM2 https://photos.app.goo.gl/9ah6ii61OpBLsJti2 https://photos.app.goo.gl/WF30KgIw8PxqT2aH2 https://photos.app.goo.gl/oJMgD5RWTpLl5cbi1 https://photos.app.goo.gl/PKbxv7YdnAXjuMmP7
  3. sadly I have also tried that with no succes ?
  4. at first i also thought that i put the plate to far away from the nozzle, but after recalibrating it with the paper i noticed that the corner at the back at the right was the highest point and i nearly didn't get the paper between the nozzle and the plate. (which is strange because i know i didn't do that bad of a job at calibrating) i will give the hair spray and wood glue a try. I also just remembered that the previous 2 prints where printed with a layer heigth of 0,1 and that i am now trying to print with 0,06.
  5. Hi all, I recently bought an Ultimaker original plus and i am completely new to 3d printing (except for the 3d modeling). I tried printing the little robot and a skull i designed myself and they turned out to be great, but today i tried printing something a bit bigger and it doesn't work out very well. I'm trying to print 3 donut shaped objects next to eachother. When i start the print everything is fine and it looks good but further in the proces it fails. the adhesive plate it makes for the first donut is good, for the second it is a bit worse and the third is just completely ruined (what i noticed at the third donut is that the pla didn't stick to the plate very well anymore. I tried recalabrating the bed and without adhesive plate. I use PLA, nozzle temperature is 200C and the bed is 60C. https://photos.app.goo.gl/qlqxDfhDvadZlz3k1 https://photos.app.goo.gl/4vyxAy0S6RCdtE6U2 https://photos.app.goo.gl/voMmmpz3GJ19NYVM9 https://photos.app.goo.gl/g5NDKhmTRwSeUizX7 Thanks
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