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Velocity Painting Learn To Paint Your 3D Prints With Speed
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Here is a tutorial that I am about to cover regarding a 3D printing technique known as Velocity Painting. The idea of adding a bit of extra to your 3D prints ...

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Food Dehydrator to Filament Dryer DIY, Don’t Toss Wet Filament!
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This tale is about turning your average food dehydrator into a 3D filament dryer. Storing hygroscopic filament correctly is very important. Hygroscopic means ...

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Thermoform 3D Printed Parts Into Something Beautiful
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How to Thermoform 3D printed parts in 2022. This is useful for the 3D printed hands and arms that I do for E-Nable. I will go over some benefits to this ...

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Chris Elkins 3D Printing For Profit Why I Took A Break
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Why I Took A Break I thought I’d take this snowy day to talk about why I took an unplanned one year break away from all social media, which included this ...

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Stinger 2 Review! Get Hassle Free 3D Printing With This!
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3DPrint2Form Stinger 2 Review! The Stinger 2 is an 'auto-leveling print head for 3D printers'.  I use manual bed leveling on all of my 3d printers.  After ...

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Hotend Jams: Cool Tips to Prevent a Hot Mess!
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Hotend Jams are No Fun! I'm going to play off of my 'Noob Mistakes' article a bit here and guide you through the process of diagnosing issues with your ...

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Noob Mistakes: Common First Timer Fails!
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Noob Mistakes: Overcome and Conquer! As a long time lurker and occasional helper on multiple Facebook 3D printer groups, I see lots of people having ...

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Lithophane Tutorial: 3D Printing Pictures on the Tornado!
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What is a Lithophane? Get TronXY White PLA on Amazon! Lithophanes are 3D printed picture impressions.  These will typically look like a topographical map ...

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LuBan: Easy Way to Make Large 3D Prints!
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When I first heard about Luban, I was skeptical. Not because of what it could do, but because of the purpose, it would serve. Luban was designed to split ...

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Octopi Install Tutorial and Favorite Plugins!
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Have you ever wanted to print or view your 3D printer remotely?  I am going to show you how to turn a Raspberry Pi into a lean, mean, video streaming, and 3D ...

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Anycubic Photon Trigorilla Review: Time to Light Up Resin!
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I've been using the Trigorilla Anycubic Photon for a few months and have really gotten a chance to try a few different resins as well. This is my first foray ...

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TronXY White PLA, Hard to Beat for Cheap!
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TronXY White PLA, 16 Bucks Shipped!? Buy TronXY White PLA from Amazon! I got the pleasure of being sent a roll of TronXY White PLA for my Lithophane article ...

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Trigorilla Anycubic Photon Initial Thoughts, Unboxing, Prints!
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I wanted to write down some quick thoughts on the Trigorilla Anycubic Photon.  Most importantly, I wanted to let you know my initial thoughts without getting ...

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3D Hero Red PETG Review: Great Quality, Better Price!
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I will be honest here and state that I have had some terrible experiences with PETG in the past.  After using PLA, I became spoiled by the ease of printing ...

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Taulman3D Bridge Nylon Review: Easy to Print Nylon!
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Introduction Sometimes, PLA just isn't enough.  Typically the next step from here is either PETG or ABS.  What if you need something just a bit stronger, ...

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3D Hero Wood Filament Review: Read This and Get Wood!
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Introduction There's been a lot of different manufacturers that have been adding things to their filaments lately.  They can range from carbon fiber strands, ...

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Micro Swiss All-Metal CR10 Review, Gotta Try This!
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Hey Guys and Gals!  Today I'm going to go over some of the finer points in using an all metal hot end,  why you should ditch the knock off J-heads, and rock a ...

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Skycube Mods: Save the Aladdinbox from Sucking!
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Who Wants Skycube Mods!? Well, if you didn't get a chance to check out my review of the Aladdinbox Skycube.. do it now.  If you are too lazy to read that or ...

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Hobby King Transparent Red PLA Review, Get It Now!
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This review is for Hobby King Transparent Red PLA filament, in 1.75mm.  I will be going over it's print quality, ease of printing, and performance in price. ...

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Aladdinbox Skycube – Just Another Cheap 3D Printer?
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Introduction Where do I begin?  I am still looking for the perfect 3D printer for a 'New-To-The Hobby' kind of person, although the Geeetech E180 was very ...

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Browsing All Comments By: Andrew Delisle
  1. Thanks for the comment Glen, what type of filament were you drying? 80C just seemed too hot to me for anything but Nylon. I just tried an older roll of PLA and got some popping and sizzling, might have to dry this roll out as well. It’s over a year old though.

  2. Thanks for all the responses guys. Also, your comments won’t show right away as we have to approve them all individually. This helps us keep spam at bay. Thanks again guys and keep the comments flowing! If you need help or have an improvement.. let me know!

  3. Robert,

    You will have to double check the bed size constraints, thermistor types, enable the watch dog, correct lcd type, stepper and end stop logic, bed leveling, pid, just compare my work in the bugfix version. I have most of the important stuff at the top of the configuration.h file. Just search for those terms in the config file of 1.1.9
    And make sure they match.

    If you have issues, just let me know!

  4. I just checked it out, and it seems that it is indeed broken, so my bad there. It looks like exporting 3mf files is broken in Cura 3.6. It always exports a 856byte file no matter which profile I select! I will upload my .curaprofile and see if you can use that instead. Link to follow!

  5. Marco, It’s definitely not empty. There’s not any models loaded in there but the file is good. How are you loading it? There’s a PDF with the proper instructions in the folder, although the file names will be different because it was for my ‘regular’ profile.

  6. Feel free to do so, if you could though, please give Brent Pell/Inov3D credit for their work on the project. I will admit I am a complete novice to Github. I just wanted a place to share our work. If there’s a way that I can fix this on my side, I would love to know how. email me @ nubwerkes @ gmail.com and let me know how to do it.

  7. Max, We are in the process of moving things around on the co.uk server. I can email you the profile tomorrow. This is for the older version of Cura. Cura 15.0.6, let me know if you still want it.

  8. Thanks for the info Paul! I’ve been using this method since I made this tutorial and haven’t had any issues yet. I do keep the temp for PLA and TPU low, the other materials that I commonly use are nylon and PET-G. I don’t think this will get hot enough to cause issues with them, but it is something that I will keep an eye on.

  9. So the pins file works, it was an issue with your config file?

    I will leave the comments as long as they are helpful. Maybe months from now someone else will have the same issue and stumble across your post.

    Let me know if you are still having an issue and I can help resolve them

  10. Robert, here’s a pins file that works with marlin 1.1.9. I haven’t gotten around to building a full 1.1.9, and probably won’t to be honest. I will wait for the next official release of 2.0.

    https://github.com/inov3d/Aladdinbox-Skycube/tree/experimental-1.1.9/experimental-1.1.9

  11. Robert,

    The dayinhu website was a dead end. I ended up finding a storefront that had the FYS one+ firmware for a much older version of marlin… 1.1rc5-6(?). I used the LCD file for that and then just tested out the pins until I had the printer homing and heating correctly. It was very close and got me what I needed.

    I like the bugfix version because it has some of the good stuff from marlin 2.0 in it. I had bad luck with 1.1.8 and bed leveling/baby stepping. After discussing which version I should pursue, I opted for the bugfix over 1.1.8.

    I haven’t tried 1.1.9 yet. I had some compiling errors on 2.0 that I wasn’t in the mood for troubleshooting when working on this.

    You are welcome to try the 1.1.9, copy over my pin settings on the ramps pin file. You should also compare the doglcd pins config file as well. I can’t remember if I ended up changing any of those.

    How do you like your InStone with Marlin on it? Have any prints you would like to share?

  12. Robert,

    Thanks! Saves me some time. I was just sitting down to check it out and saw your post. I will update the file accordingly.

  13. Robert,

    I haven’t had that issue. I know Marlin has some built in contrast tools if the LCD supports it. I know there is not a potentiometer on the board to adjust like some of the other popular LCD combos. I will do some experimenting today and post my findings back in here! Thanks for trying the firmware!

  14. Thanks! It’s pretty much on point with the rest of my transparent filaments as far as translucency. Everything I printed was 1.2mm thick walled and 20-30% infill, you can easily see through the walls and see the infill. Sometimes the pics don’t do the items justice, and I really feel this way for this specific filament.

    Single walled prints are extremely translucent with this filament.

    Thanks for the comment and the compliment, I’ve got more content that will be dropping soon!

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