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Andyfife bed levelling question  

By Andyfife, 2 hours ago

Failed Prints
  I have a question about bed levelling and the use of the squares. I have an Anycubic Mega Zero 2.0. I watched the videos about be levelling and downloaded the squares. I sliced using Cura. I ran...
rhandel I'm Robin, Batman's sidekick.  

By rhandel, 4 hours ago

Introduce yourself
  Really. My name is Robin. Nick name RAH. I live in the Midwestern United States NORTH of Canada, (Trick answer because there is only 1 U.S. city north of Canada). I have been working in IT as a Sof...
Andrew RE: Raft detachment  

By Andrew, 5 hours ago

Prints not sticking to the bed
  Hi Luke, The print is firmly attached to the raft. Almost too well because they're hard to separate. Here is a photo of the bottom of the raft. You can see the areas where it pulled up from the bed. T...
Luke RE: Raft detachment  

By Luke, 6 hours ago

Prints not sticking to the bed
  Hi Andrew, Welcome to the community! Can you list what filament material and slicer you're using and post a screenshot of your raft settings? Also could you post an image of the non-flat parts of the ...
Pablo RE: Bed Levelling  

By Pablo, 8 hours ago

Printer Issues
  Hi Glen! Thank you for getting back! Don’t worry, take your time to assimilate all those concepts. I am here whenever you need it. For any question you may have, just let me know. Regarding the conser...
Pablo RE: Abnormal temperature head detected  

By Pablo, 9 hours ago

Printer Issues
  Hi Thurman! I am sad about all the issues you encounter all the way. Despite being an upsetting start, I believe it is an excellent opportunity to learn about your printer. Which also will help you to...
Thurman RE: Abnormal temperature head detected  

By Thurman, 10 hours ago

Printer Issues
  This is one of the biggest challenging scenarios for a beginner. The Longer 3D printer is brand new and yet the assembling of the printer was easy but while attempting the first print, the printing pr...
Thurman RE: Abnormal temperature head detected  

By Thurman, 11 hours ago

Printer Issues
  Attachment:BCA6877F-E85A-455C-979C-CA0C3B570DBF.jpeg Attachment:B5CFC2A1-B62D-406A-B317-89F306249547.jpeg I ordered a Bowden tubing for the Longer’s printer, alone with an extruded tool kit just in...
Thurman RE: Abnormal temperature head detected  

By Thurman, 23 hours ago

Printer Issues
  @placherre: Hi Pablo, Does the heat block comes with a silicone cover ? No...not like the picture you showed me. I took everything apart with the Heat sink, Heat block, Nozzle, Thermistor, Heater car...
Andrew Raft detachment  

By Andrew, 1 day ago

Prints not sticking to the bed
  This model has a lot of sharp corners on the leaves so I used a raft. The edges of the raft are adhered well but the model shrinkage was strong enough to peel the raft off the bed in the local area. T...
peterb8f15b29 RE: Electrical Loads to calculate the cost of a print  

By peterb8f15b29, 2 days ago

Printer Issues
  Hi Luke. I see that there is the Training Webinarjam tomorrow and thought that the ability to cost your printed objects might be relevant so decided to speed up the proofing of the spreadsheet in adva...
GlenC RE: Bed Levelling  

By GlenC, 2 days ago

Printer Issues
  Boy, have you given me some meaty homework to do!! May take me a little while to work through this. Although retired, I am involved in upgrading a PA system from analogue to digital at the moment. The...
peterb8f15b29 RE: Electrical Loads to calculate the cost of a print  

By peterb8f15b29, 3 days ago

Printer Issues
  Hi Luke I also separated the filament volume from the weight (grams) as with very small parts it was taking the volume as grams. I have added Note 8 to only enter only one of them. The spreadsheet ha...
peterb8f15b29 RE: Electrical Loads to calculate the cost of a print  

By peterb8f15b29, 3 days ago

Printer Issues
  Hi Luke, I found a few minor errors but substantially correct. But I decided to expand it for all materials and put them on a separate sheet. The updated spreadsheet is attached. Kind regards Peter ...
Luke RE: Electrical Loads to calculate the cost of a print  

By Luke, 3 days ago

Printer Issues
  @peterb8f15b29 Hi Peter, many thanks for this. I've forwarded it to the team for consideration 🙂
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