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- Tue Nov 05, 2019 1:14 pm
- Forum: News and Announcements
- Topic: "Rumors" of Lulzbot Closing by End of October 2019
- Replies: 26
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Does anyone know what is going to happen with the forum? Its already suffering from spam bots and will need periodic maintenance. There is A LOT of great information embedded in these threads that would be a shame to lose! A buddy of mine said that he was able to clone the download FTP and the OHAI...
- Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:26 pm
- Forum: LulzBot TAZ
- Topic: Taz 6: different STLs, different gcodes, different computers - all prints fail at the same spot
- Replies: 3
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One of your leadscrew nuts may be higher than the others. To check measure from the top of the lower leadscrew bearing to the bottom of the leadscrew nut with calipers. The measurement should be identical on both sides. It also could be the Y axis not fully seated on its mounts, a pinched cable unde...
Different firmwares enable different pins in pinout.h. All Taz's from 1 to 6 essentially use the same Rambo board with minor changes, but which pins were used for which purpose on which firmwares changed over time. You should follow the Taz 5 instructions.
- Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:12 pm
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: What am i suppose to do with this?
- Replies: 1
- Views: 197
That's going to probably be a warranty service. If you feel like tackling it yourself, heat the heater to about 120c with it dismounted like that, leave it for about 10 minutes, then power down and unplug it and gently start removing plastic. The duct is probably toast, but you should be able to sep...
- Fri Jul 05, 2019 4:03 pm
- Forum: LulzBot Mini
- Topic: Mini2 x axis gets unlevel during print.
- Replies: 9
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mini 2 X axis going out of level mid print would almost certainly be either a slipping Z motor pulley, or the brake board. The setscrews on the pulleys can back out and allow a tiny amount of play.
That system requires a different control board. you can probably fit it in, but I would be willing to bet significant sums of money that it won't be available as an aftermarket supported add on. Too much electrical things to go wrong for the average 3d printer user.
- Tue May 07, 2019 5:07 pm
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Shattered glass bed; Can the heater be salvaged?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1301
Works well with aluminum plates as well.