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Non so far funzionare la stampante


Ludovica_Gannoni

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Posted · Non so far funzionare la stampante

Salve, mi chiamo Ludovica e ho 12 anni. Mi hanno regalato una stampante Labists mini 3d, ma a parte montarla non ho capito come poter caricare un modello 3d da stampare per iniziare. Qualcuno può aiutarmi? Ho scaricato Cura, ma ovviamente è vuoto.....non so proprio come iniziare

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    Posted (edited) · Non so far funzionare la stampante

    Hello Ludovica

    There are many steps.  There are just as many you-tube videos.  I don't know how many are in Italian but there should be some.  I think this is the official "how to print" video from Labists.

     

    #1 the print surface must be level, clean, and the exact correct distance from the nozzle.  In the Labist video you will see the bed being leveled.  Pay close attention.  If it isn't correct, the print will not stick and you'll just make a mess.  If you have trouble getting the print to stick to the surface you can use a light coat of hair spray to help keep the print in place.

     

    Instead of trying to use Cura (complicated and very tough for beginners), start with the Labist slicer that came with the printer.  For now keep it simple.  The Labist slicing program will have a definition file for your printer.  The Labist site also has information for you.  It is a beginner printer and rather than me confusing you, I think you should start there.

     

    I am attaching a 25 x 25 x 25 "Calibration Cube" that has letters on the side.  It is the type of thing used to check that a printer is working correctly.  Not exciting, but important.  It will need to be sliced in the Labist software and a gcode file then goes to the printer.

    Good Luck.

     

    If you have more questions please ask.  If you put my name in like this @GregValiant (type it slowly) I will get an email telling me that you have responded.

     

     

     

     

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