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I've been using this method since I got my printer in December. Tried hairspray but it was messy.
Ya with glue stick you have to clean even 3-4...
I use glue stick and run my bed at 68 for PLA. Works great.
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I used this mod. You do need to change a piece under/around the hotend but it's not that difficult.
A few people have had top mounted spools fail and crash down on their heat beds. Me, I had one of my dogs get tangled on a cable and dragged my...
Upgrades I would recommend
Filament quick change
Look for spool holders that are not mounted above Robo. New heat beds are...
You will enjoy your printer.
I'm in Red Deer
Use - Replace the 245 with whatever works best for your beds Y dimension.
I have this added to my end script in Simplify3D.
Found this nifty workaround on the Simplify3D forums for automating the sending
of GCode directly to your Octoprint setup. No more...
Printed. Works great!
P.S. I would be interested in a cable chain for the bed heater cable.
It was my first venture with a Raspberry Pi. It's actually very easy to do.
Here is the YouTube video I used for my OctoPrint setup.
The power supply fan in there is a 60mmx60mm and can be replaced like the others. I suggest using rubber pull-through fan mounts to help deaden...
I use OctoPrint, so I check my long prints during the night from my cell phone.
Got another 22hr print going right now. #2 of 3 on the go.
Some no brainers....
- Make sure you have more than adequate filament for the print and a good spool setup (no resistance/sturdy)
- Print from SD...
You can fit a 60mm x 25mm fan in the PSU. I just did this yesterday. Also used rubber
fan mounts rather than screwing it tight to the lid. That...