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I am having what I think is a windows issue. I click save as, confirm its ini as the file extension. when I double check in explore, the profile is listed that way but when I go to load the profile, it shows now profiles listed. I think windows is still 'classifying' it as a text file even though it...
thanks David, I sent a LOT Of photos, videos and file and ultimately sent a google drive link since there is much data. I tried to collect a lot to make sure your team had enough to work with maybe my multiple emails didn't make it through?
Does anyone have experience printing with T-glase? I will freely admit to not being a very experienced printer, after a year of printing with ABS, I am now experimenting with different filaments. I have a print that prints fine in ABS but fails in a variety of ways with T-glase. i am using the luzlb...
- Mon Apr 17, 2017 8:00 am
- Forum: User's Gallery
- Topic: What do you guys use to glue together your parts?
- Replies: 18
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I agree with Groaker, I have had great luck with superglue. I prefer gel as its easier to control though I haven't experimented with the abs slurry method so I don't have anything to compare it to.
- Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:51 am
- Forum: Filament
- Topic: ColorFabb Bronze and Copper Fill
- Replies: 3
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I have successfully used a rock tumbler to get a pretty decent 'rough' finish but everything I have read on this basically states you finish it like real metal-where I started (3d printing is new, making things by hand is not to me). Anyway, that means starting with the rock tumbler (I had to put my...
- Sat Aug 27, 2016 9:16 am
- Forum: LulzBot TAZ
- Topic: how long can you run the Taz 5 for?
- Replies: 2
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I have a print that will take about 40 hours to complete. Is it ok to run the printer for that long straight? Is there anything I should do/take into consideration before I embark on what could be a lot of filament waste. Thanks!
to be clear, it will not move at all, I read somewhere that someone had to use a pair of plyers to remove it. Its brand new (had it 2 days) so I don't want to break it but how do I get it out? I have been trying all day to get a part to print without warping so I am guessing I (from forum reading) I...