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Erik Cederberg

  • Ultimaker 2+
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    Ultimaker 2+

    Ultimaker 2+ #1

    Ultimaker 2 upgraded to Ultimaker 2+, with custom print head parts, dual olsson blocks with 35W heaters for 2.85mm / 1.75mm filament and a E3D titan feeder for the 1.75mm side.

  • Ultimaker 2+
    Utm2 plus small

    Ultimaker 2+

    Ultimaker 2+ #2

    One of the first Ultimaker 2+, now fitted with a Bondtech DDG feeder.

  • Ultimaker 3
    Utm3 small

    Ultimaker 3

    Ultimaker 3

    My main prototyping printer

Activity

Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 1 month ago
@exlink No need to up the bed temperature, just the hotend temperature to help the plastic to melt faster. If you run a .8mm line width, put your slicer at 4mm / 5 lines thick wall.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 1 month ago
@exlink The Creality hotends cannot melt near enough plastic to put a 1.0mm nozzle to good use, it has too short of a melt zone in combination with the PTFE lining that gives it really bad thermal performance for high-flow scenarios. It can only do about 10mm3/sec with a 0.8mm nozzle, and this is pushing it. I would suggest you to go down to a 0.8mm nozzle, raise the temperature for printing pla to about 240C, with 0.8mm line width and a 0.25mm layer height, at 40mm/s and see if that works out for you. It cannot be easily stacked with these settings. Larger nozzles (which makes it print faster) also makes single extrusion stacking harder.
Published Roller blind motor adapter set about 2 months ago
Updated UltiController 2 Mount about 2 months ago
Published UltiController 2 Mount about 2 months ago
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 months ago
@exlink: 20 minutes is not really reasonable on a Ender 3 Pro. The hotend and feeder is not up to that kind of flow rate, i believe the fastest we were able to make our Ender-3's do reliably at Stockholm Makerspace were about 35 minutes each with 0.8mm nozzle, PLA and a higher temperature than usual. Our Ultimakers with 0.8mm nozzles were pushing them out in sub 20 minutes each all day. But to get closer to these numbers, you first need to change your nozzle to a .8mm. A larger nozzle is the single largest print time reducing measure you can do. A larger nozzle will make printing stacks harder though, and my recommendation is that you to print two at a time instead of stacking, it will give you better surface quality and a lower failure rate.
Updated Dampening feets for Ultimaker 2 & 3 about 2 months ago
Updated Dampening feets for Ultimaker 2 & 3 about 2 months ago
Published Dampening feets for Ultimaker 2 & 3 about 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Updated Angle Gauge set 2 months ago
Published Angle Gauge set 2 months ago