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wickedandy

netfabb beta results..

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had my ultimaker now for a few months, got everything working pretty well, rarely do I have a failed print, but stringing was a real buzz-kill, I spent more time cleaning up

my prints, than actually printing them.

printing PLA at around 200c-210c sometimes even hotter, depends on speed I think, and this thing prints fast.

Netfabb beta (using standard filled object profile)

Pronterface

Marlin v1

just recently I decided to test out the new netfabb beta to see how much reduction in stringing I can get... the results seem pretty good here's a comparison image.

compare.jpg

looking forward to the official non beta release....

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I haven't checked for updates on the status of that version of netfabb since they announced the changes before Christmas. Is there any kind of eta on that? Or somewhere you can still download the beta version?

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