Separate names with a comma.
Finished diamond hotend mount models, now to print!
Hello. I have joined the forum as I would like to build a bigbox to upgrade from the hictoo.
I come for the party i stay for the free beer
Houston, we have a Titan Aero Volcano IDEX bigbox.
I got BB dual hybrid, bought 2 zesty nimble extruders. Sourcing parts to IDEX now. I'm in the woodlands
you were saying you can get aluminum frames made?
is it the exact frame or have certain holes been taken out?
what is the cost? and turnaround to get the frame pieces done?
I am very interested.
sorry, i didn't see this. Yes i do, Liam on the Facebook group can cut them for you. You would need to have a chat with him for the details
Direct titan Idex with full bed for both heads :)
back to normal :)
BigBox squashing my prints :-(
Same issue myself. Lowered the volts on z to 0.45. No issues since and its solved my inconsistent levelling problems
Actually, it was another issue here... disabled LEVELING_FADE_HEIGHT in Marlin and now everything back to normal :)
Not done yet, it seems ;)
Done! (I hope)
MBL working great and BB printing better then ever :)
Hi elmoret! I see that you are an administrator and I found a post you made in 2014 on maximum extrusion rate. I have a 3DP1000 weith standard E3Dv6 & volcano extruder. I can't find the maximum extrusion rate on the hot end and am trying to increase mine. Who would I ask or do you know where this information would be?
There is no maximum extrusion rate listed for the hotend, because it is a function of many things - nozzle size, extrusion temperature, the material being extruded (there are many types of ABS and PLA for example, each with varying flow properties).
E3D's testing showed 1.75mm filament had a little higher extrusion rate than 3.0mm, and increasing temperature will always result in faster flow rates - but eventually there is a limit on how fast the polymer can be melted. The only way to improve that is to lengthen the heaterblock (which is why Volcano prints faster than v6).
Running a 3d Hub as a hobby does not pay for itself, but still awesome fun!
Mine has...Its paid for upgrades to my printer and lots of new filaments. The number of customers has dropped dramatically over the last year ever since they changed and added the "PRO/Industrial" printers...
upgraded to legit popolu stepper drivers, so silent!
Duet Installed, Steppers Stepping, Heaters Heating, Fans Spinning, PanelDue PanelDuing. Now to work out the firmware kinks
Back for good...
Artist looking forward to working with other creatives to mutually move 3D printing forward.
In what fashion exactly?