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  1. Greg Holloway

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    Is there a taxative list of parts (and the required number of pieces) that i need to print while i (eagerly) wait for my Toolchanger box? Besides the github folders with STLs i mean. Would be useful as a checklist.

    Also, what’s the recommended material, infill etc.?
     
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    Good question.... I shall put one together.......
     
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    I have added readme files into the STL sections on github which list numbers of parts and some slicer settings.
     
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    Excellent! Thank you!
    Tiny nitpick: some of the items might need slightly revised slicer settings (like the infill for the spool holders).

    Semiunrelated - my BigBox decided to self destruct today, just as i got the shipping notice. I think it knows.
     
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    IMO the best thing to do while waiting for delivery is to RTFMs. The online guides. They all have the GitHub links for all the printed parts, but scattered between the guides. In the end though it kinda forces you to RTFM and that's a good thing. It also lets you know what will need to be tapped. To tap correctly takes time and patience as well as a good print made with high quality filament... I used PC+ and PETG. So getting a head start on it is not a bad idea.
     
  9. Andy Cohen

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    I see the factory files for S3D above... but things are just not working as I would expect them to.
    I'm trying to simply print a calibration cube using T1. Using the profile from the factory file I sliced using only the T1 process.
    Looking at the gcode it uses T0 when I need it to use T1...
    "
    G90
    M83
    M106 S0
    M104 S220 T0
    M109 S220 T0
    T-1
    G29 S1
    T1
    ; process T1
    ; layer 1, Z = 0.250
    T1
    "
    So when it picks up T1 it's not up to temp.
     
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    That's odd.

    Just double check it's setting the right temp in case it was wrong in the profile. I've been through them all over and over many times now, so I can't say whether I fixed this or this is how it was originally.

    [​IMG]
     
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    and Confirm you selected the part for the tool using the select models for that tool
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    Yup... I forgot about the decoupled temp setting. The gcode looks right now. Now to try to print with T1. Thanks.
     

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