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Erik Cederberg

  • Ultimaker 2
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    Ultimaker 2

    Meduza's Ultimaker 2

    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 modified |Robert| feeder for the 1.75mm side.

  • Ultimaker 2
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    Ultimaker 2

    Meduza's Ultimaker 2+

    One of the first Ultimaker 2+

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Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 13 hours ago
@Alexander Kjeldaas if you follow the directions on http://faceshield.nu, it will guide you how to make Cura slice like that, similar setting should be possible for PrusaSlicer as well.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 2 days ago
Everyone requesting stacked versions for single extrusion: LuBan (free software for smaller models) is now including a stacking tool where you can customize separation etc and easily generate your own stacks from the STL files. I recommend that you use the solid brow versions for stacking. Read more here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1067858546711484/permalink/1491622321001769/
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 2 days ago
barker227: Sorry, i have not used the Stratasys slicers a lot, so i can't help you here.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 2 days ago
@Yves Lenhard (YL): Use 0.4 AA and Ultimaker Breakaway as a Support material. For the model you can use a 0.8mm AA. Turn off support altogheter (we're using a custom model as support) Choose a visor stack file and open it in Cura. Open the corresponding support stack file. Right click -> Merge. Select the support (Ctrl+click) and choose that stack to print with extruder 2. Turn off prime tower.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 2 days ago
@lilyrmarie Just open Cura, go to preferences in the top menu and click on "Configure Cura". In the window that comes up, uncheck the box "Ensure models are kept apart" and you will be able to put them as you please.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 2 days ago
Du kan gott köra den solida, de tunnare finns egentligen bara för att spara utskriftstid i FDM-skrivare.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 3 days ago
@zlatko: Generellt avråder jag från flerdelade modeller eftersom du dels får ett monteringssteg och dels får håligheter som blir svåra att desinficera. Jag har ärligt sagt inte sett modellen du refererar till från Garret Lord, så jag har svårt att avgöra. Sen skulle det säkert gå att optimera modellen ännu bättre för pulverbäddstekniker, fokus för mig har varit att optimera för FDM.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 3 days ago
@Christophe C: I have not had very good results with single extrusion stacking, and this is why you are not finding a official single extrusion stacked model amongst my files above. It can absolutely be done, but it requires careful tuning of both printer, file and settings. And i am doing as best as i can to keep up with all the comments, emails and requests, i spend quite a few hours per day with this right now. :-)
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 3 days ago
@Zlatko: Tryck på "Download" uppe till höger, packa upp och öppna zip-filen "Sweden", så finns det i mappen för STL-filer.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 3 days ago
@Jason Cheng The stacked versions are made for dual extrusion printers and you need to combine the support and the visor stacks to get a full stack to print. I have no experience myself with dual extrusion in prusa slicer myself, so i have a hard time knowing a solution to your problem.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 3 days ago
@Jason Cheng: the difference is that the thin part in the brow has its thickness increased to 1mm, it is if you have a hard time getting that part solid.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan 3 days ago
@Mdeleppe: A small radii added to the arm connecting to the temple, since the sharp point was causing some slicers to do sub-optimal pathing.