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I use Simplify3D on my 3 printers, and love it for almost everything. There is an issue with thin wall fill as was mentioned, but I have found that for just about everything else, and especially the custom support function, it has been the best for my needs.
Thanks, I had also seen a 2016 link somewhere, but I've never seen the 184.108.40.206 version before. But it has a lot more options than my current taz has. Is it a more generic type? It's what cura said was the "default firmware"
I picked up a second taz 5 from IT works refurb as their price dropped after the 6 released. Couldn't pass up the deal. Now the new printer shows marlin 220.127.116.11 firmware in the startup screen and there are more options in it than my original taz5 that is over a year old now. It shows marlin 2015q1 f...
- Wed Mar 23, 2016 8:59 pm
- Forum: LulzBot TAZ
- Topic: squaretrade warranty on used Taz
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I'm considering picking up a second taz 5 that is one month old in a nearby area for $1500 via ebay. Ebay offers an extended warranty (2years) through squaretrade for $350. I was wondering if anyone has every used those warranties as I can't image they would know how to fix a printer.
- Wed Mar 23, 2016 5:17 pm
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: The "Introduce yourself" topic.
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Good idea! (Wombats? You weren't in the Banzai mechwarrior group were you?) A bit about myself My name is Dorian Ferrari. I run a small (myself) business (Catz Design Farm) out of my house that does 3D product development work for startups and small businesses to help them make prototype or producti...
AstroBuilder wrote:1) Definitely model the independent dual extruders on the BCN3D Sigma printer (not sold in the US).
2) Filtered enclosure for all models of your printers.
Just a note, Matterhackers will be carrying the BCN3D Sigma. The prints off that thing for two colors are amazing!
I will say that my bowden equipped Makeit pro has a little stringyness, but I've found that for a few different filaments on that printer. The Taz has a few hairs more than strings, but generally nothing that can't be just wiped off with a finger. The .35 tip may be the difference, not sure.