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IRobertI

  • Joined on Nov 24, 2013
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Favored UM2 Fan Duct V2 about 7 years ago
Favored Print Head Bottom Modification about 7 years ago
Commented on Jac H Qw B Efi D Oq D Pw Ee M Zi5p M Whm A Xq W6 D Zb8 F2gi8 about 7 years ago
<p>It was designed to print in place, no splitting necessary.</p>
Commented on Jac H Qw B Efi D Oq D Pw Ee M Zi5p M Whm A Xq W6 D Zb8 F2gi8 about 7 years ago
<p>It was designed to print in place, no splitting necessary.</p>
Commented on Img 6890 over 7 years ago
<p>Thank you Johnny for the very kind words. I'm glad it worked so well for you :)</p>
Commented on Img 6890 over 7 years ago
<p>Thank you Johnny for the very kind words. I'm glad it worked so well for you :)</p>
Commented on 20151018 230634 over 7 years ago
<p>That was quick :)</p>
Commented on 20151018 230634 over 7 years ago
<p>That was quick :)</p>
Published Nozzle mag over 7 years ago
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two over 7 years ago
@Ross Fischer, people kept complaining that that piece was too short, or too long. So I made a bunch. Try the 38mm one.
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two over 7 years ago
@christiank79: There's a youtube video showing how to assemble it and there's three pictures of the finished assembly. I don't know what more I can do... It's probably a better idea if you post a picture of your assembly instead.
Commented on Pressure Fit Cable Chain Link over 7 years ago
<p>One of those "why didn't I think of that" moments hehe. I didn't drill anything for mine though, just used double sided sticky tape.</p>
Updated Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two almost 8 years ago
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two almost 8 years ago
No.... the new file is there.
Updated Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two almost 8 years ago
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two almost 8 years ago
It seems it is impossible for me to please everyone, that's why I've included a butt load of different lengths for people to try. There are at least two different spring versions out there to start with. As for loading the material. The whole point is to NOT let the printer do it for you... Open the arm and just feed in the material by hand, same when you want to remove the material. It's much faster and more convenient than waiting for the printer to do it. It also makes it easier to perform Atomics (I do it every time I change colour/filament).