That is insane. Let me know if you find any damage, it is insured. I don’t think any of it could actually get too bad from some water though. You can file a complaint against your local carrier though, I have had to, one was not scanning the shipping labels he just let the main branch do it so there was no web tracking information until delivered…[Read more]
The small infill percentage gain is easily offset by the 15mm/s outer and small perimeters.
As for the speed under and over percentage, just what works best for me. Seeing your 15mm/s outer than into a 55mm/s infill you have to see your nozzle temp drop when that happens, have you watched the temps shift? If you have a well balanced extruder…[Read more]
Depends on what you currently have. The instructions are updated for the current parts. None are terribly different than previous versions just better. I have updated ever single part at least once, so you will have to look and see what parts you have vs what parts are current.
As for the dual endstop firmware it works on any version but it is…[Read more]
If you look at the extruder page you will see my settings. You should vary the speeds so much it makes for weird things between speed changes as the temp will spike and dip from the change in flow.
I use 30mm/s +or-10% that’s it.
The biggest factor in time though is layer height. With a .4mm nozzle I use .26mm
The lcd I sell takes a standard SD card or a MicroSD with an SD adapter. A 2 gig or under SD works best, noticeably better.
I’m not really sure what you are asking. Older cameras took CF cards.
We don’t call that a carve. If you are going to do it out of several pieces of wood it is just use the hole menu, if it was one piece of wood with different depths use the hole menu to make different depth pockets.
Carve is for sharp edged designs where depth does not matter, hole is inside the lines, part is outside the lines.
You can hover…[Read more]
I think you are using the wrong terms.
Can you show an example of what you are trying to do?
This is a carve, notice the sharp corners and variable depth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_O9fbzjSn8
Hopefully you don’t see any wear on the plastic parts. I have rotated and replaced the conduit many many times with no visible plastic wear.
It can be made bid, that is why I asked if you have CAM experience, There are a few made 4’x4′ but you really need to know what the heck you are doing with CAM to make that usable. I still suggest you start…[Read more]
There are tons on thingiverse, kind of depends on the style you want. I think it is a great project to learn some CAD with. Find something close to what yo want on thingiverese and model it in CAD, should only be one or two features. Or if you find something simple that can be machined link it here and maybe I can learn fusion and share it.
Again Outer dimensions.
The reference is 22.5″ the calculator default, https://www.vicious1.com/assembly/conduit-rails-tubes-pipes/. This leads into your next question.
If you want to cut Steel, stretching the machine to its limits should not be the goal. As far as I know the machine has only cut steel with a…[Read more]
I’m not a fan of sharing the files, I have some other reasons in the FAQ’s. Really though even I don’t reuse them, each design change I start fresh. Trying to use my files would not be easy, even if you had the exact same version of solidworks I use. It really is easier to just use my files as a reference. If you need a few specific dimension I…[Read more]
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