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- Jun 9 2015, 12:52 PM (218 w, 6 d)
Wed, Aug 14
IMO, abrasive isn't the point, it's the consequence of using such strong materials. I don't believe that industrial users will know right off the bat that PACF for example (nylon is always perceived as a low friction coefficient material) is that abrasive.
Mon, Aug 12
Fri, Aug 9
Change is live.
Wed, Aug 7
Note added to page in T8807
Mon, Aug 5
Fri, Aug 2
It's been updated to:
Windows 7 or newer
Thu, Aug 1
Changes drafted on stage, will update pending feedback and verification.
Sounds like a good tutorial idea: Cura LE Infill Pattern Examples and Use-Cases. Moved to Creative/Marketing.
24 left: 10 in UK, 14 in AUS.
Still looking at over 100 reels of each color in the US warehouse, with 5-10 on average in our international locations.
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Jul 3 2019
Specs and spec sheet: https://www.product-config.net/catalog3/output/82168214/specsheet.pdf
Jun 28 2019
Once confirmed, assign me on this and we'll move forward with T8387.
What's the timeline for this, and what colors are affected? If you don't mind, drop an OCA product number or UPC here and we can have things staged asap.
Jun 25 2019
See also T3746 for a related documentation/tutorial request.
See also this forum thread for related items: https://forum.lulzbot.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=9644&p=47047#p47025
Jun 24 2019
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Jun 12 2019
I spoke with Alex yesterday, they're looking into their interest in making their commercial SaaS option more Free as in Freedom. Their community version is currently non-free due to their editor and a couple of packages.
Jun 6 2019
Jun 4 2019
HE works well IMO.
Jun 3 2019
Ahh, so it's a three line error message set? If so, it'd need to be:
if ABL fails, then: Clean Nozzle(s) > Reset needed > Power off/on
With probing/leveling failed, it leaves the user without an immediate solution to their state.
May 31 2019
This would be more clear than "Switch off/on": "Power off & on". We use the term "power off/on" in our documentation so it'll be consistent.
May 30 2019
May 29 2019
Spoke with Trey (mautic: sales) about potential paid development to clean up the blocking licenses. His manager offered an AO-hosted solution, with paid support and training for about $50k a year. Paid development on the blocking software packages would be additional potentially. Trey's looking into it and will get back to us.
May 23 2019
The OHAI doc was linked directly on the product page. I've added the Mini 1 version to the Accessories & Upgrades category. I noticed the Mini 2 version (outline only, no content) was in there as well and have pulled it out to drafts.
May 20 2019
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May 8 2019
Contacted Wage ORM/Doctrine dev again through alternate method.
May 7 2019
May 3 2019
ORM/Doctrine Dev contact re-iterated that the parent MIT license was the intent. I'm following up with them to try to get that -nc changed.
May 2 2019
Contacted the dev of JMS/Serializer:
Contacted one of the contributors to this file through twitter, the only non-github contact option:
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