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travis-womack

Hi From California

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I have had my Ultimaker 2 for about 2 weeks now. I have had a few really good prints and a few really bad ones. I am still getting used to the machine, but I can tell I love it already. I have been reading through the forums here and have already found a ton of valuable information. Was wondering though if anyone knows where I can download some calibration print files. I really want to see how they print on my printer, so that I can adjust setting accordingly. I have seen a bridge test and some others, but can't locate any files. Anyway, I hope to be an active part of this community as soon as I start having cool prints to show off.

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Travis

 

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Hey Travis, Welcome aboard

Calibration shouldn't really be an issue but you could try out the tests in this thread to see how well your machine is performing. The more you play with the machine the more you`ll find its incredibly reliable and the fun never stops :)

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/4586-can-your-um2-printer-achieve-10mm3s-test-it-here/

 

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