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  • #6262
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    Casey
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    Hello,

    I am beginning to print the parts for the MPCNC and have two questions. First, is the list of files below the most current and recommended parts? I downloaded these from Thingiverse. Second, I would like to have the two color scheme, which files do I print in color A and which in color B?

    Corner_Block2.STL
    Corner_Block_Lock_2.STL
    Middle_End.STL
    Middle_Joiner.STL
    Middle_Z.STL
    Mostly_Printed_CNC_-Add_On-_Better_Middle_Z
    Mostly_Printed_CNC_-Add_On-_End_Stop_Mount
    Mostly_Printed_CNC_-Add_On-_LEG
    Mostly_Printed_CNC_-Part-_Z_Taller_Tower
    Rigid_Coupler_5_16_to_5mm.STL
    Roller_F.STL
    Roller_Motor_Mount.STL
    Tool_Holder_13mm.STL
    Tool_Holder_Nut_Trap.STL
    Z_Knob.STL
    roller_lock.STL
    solderless_Roller_Motor_Mount.STL
    z_motor_mount.STL
    z_nut_lock.STL
    z_nut_lock_11mm_coupler.STL

    #6283
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    vicious1
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    Parts

    That is the recommended list, and it is color coded grey and black, with infill information as well.

    #6287
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    karltinsly
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    Huh. I never noticed that list was color coded! I had the same question when I started as Casey does, but just sort of figured it out for myself. Maybe you could change the list colors to have a little more contrast.

    #6295
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    Casey
    Participant

    Ah, I got it. I couldn’t see the color gradient either. Might want to make it more obvious for those of use that are a little slow. 🙂

    #6296
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    vicious1
    Keymaster

    I did it more for me. I didn’t think I was good enough with colors to have other people do the same as me. I still look at every single build post for a better color scheme.

    These things were easier when I work side by side with industrial designers, those guys are pretty amazing.

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