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  1. MatterHackers makes NylonG available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using NylonG or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet NylonG.pdf Safety Data Sheet NylonG.pdf Printing Guidelines
  2. DSM makes Arnitel ID 2060 HT available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using Arnitel ID 2060 HT or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet Printing Guidelines
  3. I'm stuggling to get the Material Station on my S5 to allow me to use the BASF PET CF15 material. I have installed the profile for it from the Marketplace but it isn't showing up in the materials list when i try and install a spool of the material. I've got the CC0.6 nozzle so all good on that front, just can't get the material loaded to no profile appearing on the actual printer. Any help would be great.
  4. Hello all, wondering if anyone else has similar experience and/or solution. I am running a 500g print with a filamentive rPETg on an UM-s3 and approximately every couple of hours the print stops suggesting the spool is empty. In fact the material has become lightly “tangled” on the spool and won’t feed. The material is in the outer position and I have the guide in place. im not sure if this is specific to this spool of material, or the spool type (cardboard) etc. I haven’t experienced this with UM Materials. would welcome thoughts and experience. Thanks
  5. I have an S3 printer. I noted in my recent efforts with rPETg and rPLA from Filamentive that the materials are listed as compatible with S5 and UM3, 3+ but not with S3, (e.g. https://marketplace.ultimaker.com/app/cura/materials/filamentive/Filamentive_PETg_2019). If I understand well this means a "recommended" print profile is available for the S5 but not for the S3 when using these materials. Am I correct? is there a technical reason why this would be the case? Or is this based on a business decision? Does anyone know if there an intent to include recommended settings in future for the S3 Thanks for any input or thoughts
  6. I wanted to try aquasys 120 with nylon but I cant even get it to load half the time just gives me a E54. When I do get it to load it doesn't extrude for the first few layers then starts... What do I need to do to get this filament to work? Thanks, Kevin
  7. I really want to purchase a Mosaic Palette 2 Pro, but am concerned that I wont be able to access or download the profiles for the 1.75mm material I would need to print with, should I buy. Does anybody have any experience with the Palette or any recommendations for where to purchase materials to use with it? Thanks, I really want to upgrade my S3 to be able to create multi-color prints, but don't want to spend hundreds on the Palette just to run into problems.
  8. Hi, Materials are a crucial element of a successful 3D printing workflow. For certain applications you just need a specific material up for the task, otherwise it will never hold. Whether that is flame retardant, reinforced composites or wear resistant. At Ultimaker we know how important this flexibility and freedom of choice is and that is why we started a Material Alliance together with the largest and most relevant material manufacturers. This already consists of over 120 materials and the list is growing every month. Each material has a profile that is tailored to an Ultimaker 3D printer, so you no longer need to trial and error your way to a useful print! If you're curious if we have a material that matches a particular need you have? Visit our materials page and use the filter to get a clear overview of which materials could be an option for you. We have also started a series of posts where we explain certain properties more in debt. You may find them interesting to read: First up: ESD safety. Wear resistance Temperature resistance You can also visit this link to get a full list on alphabetical order of all materials we have in our Material Alliance. If you have any questions, please feel free to write them below!
  9. https://imgur.com/cYihrQY Is there a setting in Cura that lets you print these lines consecutively and not split up when there is a hole in the body? The sheen is not uniform when its split up like this. If not can someone who is very smart create one? I heard Prusa has this feature coming out soon.
  10. Igus makes Iglidur I180 available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using Iglidur I180 or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet
  11. Hello The piece is well read but if I present it flat the holes are all clogged. If I present it aside, the holes are well respected. I own 2 printer 3Ds. A ZORTRAX M200 (only from the ABS) An ANYCUBIC S (only PLA) The Z-suite software is really well done and I use it to validate my parts. I use CURA 4.8.0 for ANYCUBIC. I don't understand why some surfaces are red in CURA while they go very well in Z-Suite. I draw my parts with RHINO 6, and I printed over 300 parts with my ZORTRAX. ANYCUBIC is more recent.(2 months) Thank you for your help
  12. Hello! I would like to give you a heads up that on Tuesday December 1 between 5pm and 6pm CET we'll host an 'Ask Me' event on Twitter with one of our application engineers to celebrate episode 16 from Talking Additive; 'Metal FFF and performance polymers'. Our Application engineer Andrea Ciappi will be online for at least an hour to answer questions you have regarding these filaments. Make sure to post your questions with #TalkingAdditive so we'll be able to find them, even if you send them our way prior to to the event. We'll try to answer all! If you are interested in these materials, I recommend you first listen to our podcast which is already very helpful! You can find it here! Looking forward seeing you there!
  13. Colorfabb makes woodFill available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using woodFill or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet Printing Guidelines
  14. Hello, I have an Ultimaker S5 which, despite the constant bugs and beta nature of the software (wifi always disconnects, camera craps out after 30min, it forgets it's connected to the Ultimaker Digital Factory, print to cloud rarely works, etc, etc, etc) is quite a versatile printer and does have good print quality. My hardware setup: Ultimaker S5 with Air Filter CC core with Ruby for the main material, BB .04 core for the suppport eSun heated drybox @ 55c NylonX, Zytel, NylonG, and Aquasys `120 all dried at 70C for 12 hours directly before print However, I have run into something that has me completely stumped. I recently got a spool of Aquasys 120 to print as a dissolvable support material with Nylon. I downloaded the Ultimaker Aquasys 120 profile and loaded it into cura without modifying it and tried a print with NylonX. Wow! It came out amazing. Perfect adhesion, no stringing, dissolved way faster than PVA, etc. I was totally sold. That was the last time my printer ever wanted to feed it properly. Every time I use it now, it just grinds. It grinds when loading, grinds when printing, and eventually under-extrudes to the point where the print stops. Normally, when under-extrusion or grinding issues happen it is a byproduct of incorrect nozzle temperature (too low), wet filament, a clog, retraction settings, a dirty or worn gear in the feeder, etc. So naturally, I went about troubleshooting: 1. Dried all filament 2. Did soft and hard pull cleans (filament ends came out clean and good) 3. Cleaned the feeder 4. Tried at higher and lower nozzle temps No change - at this point, I tried PVA, Breakaway, and PLA through the BB core and feeder and they worked great with no grinding. But Aquasys was a no-go. Given those results, I started to think I had a defective feeder or print head. So I mixed and matched, swapping bowden tubes, feeders, and print core locations to isolate them individually. Still no go, Aquasys ground no matter which feeder, print head, or bowden tub was used. At this point, I am completely confused. What possible variable is left, and is anyone else having issues with Aquasys?
  15. Dupont makes Zytel 3D1000FL available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using Zytel 3D1000FL or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet Printing Guidelines
  16. Colorfabb makes PLA Color on Demand available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using PLA Color on Demand or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet How does it work
  17. Hi all! while the material station is great, the S5 firmware 5.4.27.20191212 is seriously flawed to not allow selection of the color for a 3rd party material that doesnt have the NFC based color info. Not even the official partner material that is available on Ultimaker marketplace like FormFutura ApolloX can be used out-of-the box with material-station due to this lack of color selection problem. The Problem: firmware does not show color variants of materials, despite providing a unique GUID <name> <brand>FormFutura</brand> <material>ApolloX</material> <color>black</color> <label>ApolloX BLACK</label> </name> <GUID>c99377f5-fbb4-4c3b-8f91-7a1d2c32e44f</GUID> <name> <brand>FormFutura</brand> <material>ApolloX</material> <color>red</color> <label>ApolloX RED</label> </name> <GUID>1403a419-2a22-4d6c-ad80-3ea3252d2496</GUID> so the above leads in the S5 printer display to only showing one line of "ApolloX black" and the red AppolloX cannot be selected. But selection is mandatory to allow assigning same materials with different colors to different bays of the material station. The Workaround: postfix material with color information <name> <brand>FormFutura</brand> <material>ApolloX BLACK</material> <color>black</color> <label>ApolloX BLACK</label> </name> <GUID>c99377f5-fbb4-4c3b-8f91-7a1d2c32e44f</GUID> <name> <brand>FormFutura</brand> <material>ApolloX RED</material> <color>red</color> <label>ApolloX RED</label> </name> <GUID>1403a419-2a22-4d6c-ad80-3ea3252d2496</GUID> while this this workaround at least allows to use the material-station with by hand edited materials (curas 4.4.1 duplicate function leaves a mess, truncates data, ...) it provides suboptimal material management. But this reveals another annoying item, that the color is not shown duplicated!! The Request: display color variants for same material types with unique guids so if for multiple materials <material> is the same, but <color> and <guid> are unique, then display the color variants in the S5 display so it can be assigned to the material stations bay. Thanks, FG p.s. i have my material profiles up here https://github.com/flyinggorilla/ultimaker-s5
  18. Owens Corning makes XSTRAND GF30 PP available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using XSTRAND GF30 PP or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet
  19. BASF makes PET CF available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using BASF PET CF or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet Printing Guidelines
  20. The material is new, the feeder is not too tight from what I can tell. It did fine for the first half of the roll, but it seems now that the material is snapping when the feeder forces it more strait because the material on the spool has a smaller radius as the spool gets lower and lower? I keep my spools in a sub 15% humidity room, but the room is also my print room and so it gets hot, between 95 and 100F normally. I dont generally have a spool for more than a month. The BASF PAHT CF15 that is giving me issues I have had for less than 2 weeks. again, it did about half the roll with no issues. I have tried to put the roll in my material dryer for 24hrs and no change I can notice, so I don't think it is moisture. I got a brand new roll in yesterday, just to be sure it responds the same...I expect it will do fine the first half then start breaking also? Any ideas?
  21. DSM makes Novamid ID1030 CF10 available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using Novamid ID1030 CF10 or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet Printing Guidelines
  22. Clariant makes PA6/66 GF20 FR available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using PA6/66 GF20 FR or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet
  23. Clariant makes PET-G available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using PET-G or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Technical Data Sheet
  24. Owens Corning makes XSTRAND GF30 PA6 available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. Are you curious about others experiences using XSTRAND GF30 PA6 or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. Some links you might find useful: Safety Data Sheet Printing Guidelines
  25. Hi everyone, we have spent the last few years getting a mass production ready material to market. Now we are live on the Ultimaker marketplace! We will be publishing some really creative uses of our material and would like to see what others create with it. Our first nano diamond filament, Ultra Diamond, is half the price of Carbon nylon but easier to print, doesn't wear your nozzle, and has some very high thermal conductivity and wear resistance. Stay tuned for more info! www.tiamet3d.com
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