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Simplify3D Dual extruder profiles for the BCN3D Sigma 3D Printer
This is (and will be) a collection of Simplify3D profiles for the BCN3D Sigma 3DPrinterOther
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Download and import into Simplify3D for use with the BCN3D Sigma 3D Printer
Do comment on how they work for you, and if you make more or add a material - feature or anything else, please share them back here - this entry can be edited by any user so feel free to add or update details as needed.
For reference the dual extrusion models used in the images here are from Nervous system (Dual frog) - https://www.youmagine.com/nervous-system/designs
And Mark Durbin (MakeAlot) for the awesome dual extruder pen pots - https://www.youmagine.com/makealot/designs
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Very nice design
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Great work Rich! I had a look over at Marks youmagine profile but I couldn't find the dual extruder version of the knot pen pot.. could you let me know where to look for this? cheers!
Thanks for sharing! I see quite a few differences between the one from BCN3D and yours. I'm going to give yours a try.
Your startup script looks really interesting with the wipes. I like your bridging adjustments as well.
What was your process for determining your settings? For example, you made the prime pillar larger and slowed down the head on it. I had thought of [wrongly?] doing the opposite. Your Infill is also beefier than stock. Support also seems more substantial. And fans are much lower.
I'm fairly new to 3D printing so just learning how to use my BCN3D Sigma and Simplify3D.
Great YouTube channel BTW. You were a good influence to me getting the printer I did.
Great! THANKS A LOT