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  1. I've printed many ASA brands; and they are not all equal. I cannot tell for Polymaker but the best I've got was from FormFutura.
  2. Try to print witht the air manger opened, it should improves cooling efficiency. The Benchy looks horrible in the overhang areas...
  3. When printing PP, I put packaging tape on the bed surface. The tape will fuse with the molten filament.
  4. J'ai une S5, Honnêtement pas impressionné pour le prix. Erreur de communication avec la tête d'impression (ER34) récurrentes, imprécisions entre les axes X et Y qui ne peuvent pas être ajustées...
  5. J'imprime souvent ce filament. Personnellement j'ai eu de meilleur résultat en utilisant les valeurs générique de Cura pour l'ABS qu'avec le profile de Formfutura.
  6. Hi Jack, I'm too interested in conformal cooling for injection molds. I think you can print BASF ultrafuse 17-4 steel with a UMS5 paired with the CC print cores. Then you need to find a place to post process the "green" parts. Take a look at matterhackers they have some information on that toppic
  7. Hello Ricciojm, I've printed PP on a UMS5 with succes. The challenge is to make the PP stick to the glass. I usually spray a thin coat of 3DLac an use a brim. Also PP has a high shrink factor. Usually I have to scale the part 1% larger in X and Y.
  8. Tu peux désactiver le "flow sensor" sur l'imprimante (au risque de manquer de filament)
  9. Navin2020, The printer will detect the end of filament before it goes completely out of the extruder. Then a message will appears on the screen saying that you ran out of filament. From there you just have to "change" filament and follow the steps on the screen. The first the printer will do is to unload the remaining filament, then you put the new roll and load the filament and resume the print.
  10. @Brettlee22, there is no one printer fits all. What is your budget? What materials do you need to print? What kind of prints (figurine, mechanical parts, etc?).
  11. You can probably order the replacement glass at your resseller store. As for the metal clips chipping the glass, that is the first time I hear that. Is the chipping happened when installing or removing the glass???
  12. I can slice the STL in Cura 3.6. Models look fine. So I would suggest focusing on ehat have changed since the last time it worked (OS updates, drivers, etc.)
  13. Has Mari said, I suggest you replace the tubes and instead of chaging the filament diameter in cura you can adjust the flow percentage instead; this will give you more control and a more accurate print.
  14. Well, this looks like what we get with our S5 when using a 0,8mm nozzle...
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