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- Feb 17 2017, 7:34 AM (109 w, 19 h)
@EricNugent this seems to be resolved. I believe it had something to do with profiles and the fan being too high and blowing on the nozzle.
Mon, Mar 18
I think we do:
Click sounds on
Print Starting: Twinkle
Print Finished: Fanfare
Print Error: Sad Trombone
Thu, Mar 14
Okay, Brent cleared this one up for me. I was expecting for the momentary load/unload run for at least a second or two, instead the move is almost unnoticeable since it only moves by what seems like a single step or two.
This was happening on the .91 marlin firmware. I just tried on the new .101 firmware, it makes a noise like it's doing something but no movement from the gears.
@Steven 3.6.5 with new .101 marlin firmware. The above report was from the .91 firmware. Did you make any changes to help prevent this in the new firmware? If so, I can report back after some more testing.
Tue, Mar 12
Mon, Mar 11
@alexei we are just going to keep it as is for the time being since we have soo much on our plate in marketing at the moment.
Wed, Feb 27
This ordering is post-sale so I don't think it really matters. Here's my vote:
Coming in late on this ticket but after doing a factory reset and auto calibrating nozzle offsets I have to adjust the z offset every time. It starts extremely over squished at -1.2. Not sure if this is possible through the auto calibration but I would think we adjust this so 95%+ people do not have to touch the z offset after the calibration process.
Mon, Feb 25
For me, I do recall one of the three options being grayed out on one of my computers, almost like it was indicating I was unable to change it. However, I am relatively certain I did not accidentally uncheck a box during setup on both my computers.
I proceeded through the install wizard with all default settings so I did not uncheck anything. Once completed, Cura was stuck on "No printers connected" with no option to connect. I was able to see that there was no driver for the printer under the windows device manager. When searching for solutions, I did find our ohai but the driver looked to be pretty old since it mentioned the AO's and kittaz so I eventually when straight to the ultimachine website. I was able to figure it out but to someone unfamiliar with our printers and the electronics inside this might be a long path to discovering a solution.
@oliver @reprapperMC after this ticket I started to use Angie's new polymaker profile and was able to print with no pauses due to slow heating or E1 Heating Failures (only got two prints in). The printer is currently on it's way to Mountain for inspection.
Thu, Feb 21
So I turned the printer off and on again. Printed the same file without any modifications. The print is now further than the previous failed print but it did have some weird temp fluctuations and one or two pauses earlier on in the print. At one point, both nozzles were dramatically under temp. Shortly after I caught E1 at 250deg when it was supposed to be idling at 175. After these weird anomalies the printer resumed as normal.
Feb 19 2019
Like you suggested, this leveling issue was due to the fact that the wiring had moved behind the motor
@west can you be more specific as to which part of the tool head you would like to see?
So this actually happened today. After quite a bit of pulling I was able to remove all but a small little piece that is too small to grasp. See the attached picture.
Feb 18 2019
Feb 13 2019
Looks good. This is approved.
Feb 11 2019
@DaniAO will this eventually replace the regular modular bed?
Feb 4 2019
Jan 29 2019
@lisa original pricing was set based on inventory (2.5x more TAZ than Mini) and not having this sale drag out for months. That being said, let's price the $95 and if they aren't moving as quickly as we'd like we can drop to $85 at a later date.
Jan 28 2019
Mini Refurb Bed - $65
TAZ 5/6 Refurb Bed - $85
Jan 24 2019
@anolen I think we need to put a lot of emphasis on having some very reliable soluble support options dialed in for launch.
Jan 11 2019
I think my only comment is that BHCS would look better. Other than that I think this looks good.
@tutley this is looking good. What are the dimensions for each individual segment? Wheels included, how high is the top of the first printer enclosure w/ storage?
Jan 10 2019
I think this looks good. Will these fan covers be on the final version?
@DaniAO Works for me
Jan 9 2019
What is the hole in the bottom left? Outside of that I think this looks good.
So we are going to do two first prints, one after another. We will do a dual color PLA print then a PLA / Polydissolve print. My hopes is by running through this process people learn which extruder is extruder 1/2, how to load, unload, and switch filament, and also which combination of material / dissolvable support will yield great results.
Jan 3 2019
For our discussion: https://8020.net/catalog/category/view/s/shop/id/837/?cat=380&color=3
Dec 28 2018
@tutley, I'm with logan on this. I have been ringing this bell since the early version came out and foresee a lot of potential complaints about this. There has to be a better way for us to execute next time we build a tool head, for example: https://cdn.thingiverse.com/renders/53/89/c2/94/b6/063fad9590fd6a01377085df9d43d4c9_preview_featured.jpg
Dec 27 2018
We'll need to get this cleared with @mcoronado but I would imagine we use the T-slot inserts in any open slots. And at some point it might just be better for us to do all black with inserts to have some consistency (vs some non-slotted combined with slotted w/ inserts that don't match the aluminum as well)
@tutley I think we can have them in strategic locations, like the upper left and right side of the enclosure, with tslot covers. I see they have a door handle milling service. I would imagine we could have locations for the handles and hinges created.
Dec 26 2018
So we took a look and since we are not able to get corners in anodized black we will go with silver extrusions. Furthermore, we would like to minimize the amount of open slot faces on the exterior of the enclosure by incorporating parts like TS10-10 BISLOT AD for the corner extrusions.
@tutley what size extrusions does your current design use?
@tutley Would TS40-45LM BISLOT work? It's on page 346
Dec 21 2018
@tutley we talked about having the 45° tslot extrusions on the corners. Are those available and would they work in this load bearing design?
Dec 11 2018
The product alert needs to be changed. Currently says something about high-strength 3d printing. > Take advantage of the universal tool head system
Other than that I don't see much that needs to be changed
Nov 13 2018
Let's get a version of the PA-CF spec sheet uploaded to LulzBot.com and added to this product page > https://colorfabb.com/files/TDS_E_ColorFabb_PA_CF_low_warp.pdf
Nov 5 2018
@DaniAO how many were sent to SW?
Nov 1 2018
SE Tool Head | 0.5 mm Hot End Kit
@Orias can you sign off on this?
Oct 30 2018
Oct 26 2018
Regarding Compatibility, does this only work with the Mini 2? -> please verify
Oct 25 2018
Oct 24 2018
Looks like we'll roll with:
SE (selected by default)
Default tool head (Preselected)
(then new tool heads sorted by size)
Oct 23 2018
@DRobertson Do you have any updates on this?
Oct 22 2018
@karrad if we're able to put LulzBot in there without truncating then this would be my pick.
@karrad just to the SE for people that currently have the Mini 2
So we are continuing with the current naming convention. We will remove the modifiers and go with the two letter acronym, pipe, nozzle size e.g., "HS | 0.8 mm", "SE (Aero v2) | 0.5 mm"...
Oct 18 2018
New standard tool head name:
LulzBot SE Tool Head | Single Extruder | 0.5 mm (Full name)
SE Tool Head | Single Extruder | 0.5 mm (Web version)
@adam any updates on getting marketing some filament?
Oct 15 2018
I vote the former. @Orias how does that sound?
@karrad this is a bit of redundancy built in to deal with people that got a Micro and not an SL
Oct 12 2018
So we are going to go with a wrench for the first 3D print. @DRobertson has been out the past two days so we will have him jump on it ASAP upon his return.
Oct 9 2018
Liking these new designs @mcoronado. Especially the 45's which mirror some of the parts on the z-axis assemblies. @tutley I would say the branding on the tool head should be a must. Brand awareness is a huge aspect of our growth plan and to not having branding front and center on our machine is a huge missed opportunity. Just take a look at some of the printers we're up against.
Oct 4 2018
One thing to consider is these will be on the 0.8mm and 1.2mm nozzles so our print can't be too intricate.
@adam so are we thinking we provide one of the high-strength material for the first print? If so, this would be a great opportunity to show the strength through one of the above prints. If you want to discuss this further you can give me a call at 650.
Oct 3 2018
@adam do we know which material we are going to be including with this? Are we going to be reselling the above mentioned filaments? And what are the margins on those? And what is the timeline on having good profiles for those?
Sep 28 2018
I am going to work with @Hob on this. I think we need to take a step back and ask ourselves what is the main value prop of these tool heads? And how does the first print and material help drive home that value proposition?
Sep 27 2018
T2795 - Let's link the respective tool head for each (in description) to reduce confusion. Also, let's get in the habit of making sure we add an optimized page title and metadescription for parts. Content, landing pages, and important product pages should include optimization of the photo.
T2809 - Let's link this to the LulzBot Mini 2 via the description. Also, same thing about metadata here.
Sep 12 2018
Maybe we switch it to "high-detail 3D printing"? This is more of a reason for someone to click and/or watch the video vs a product name which only has relevance to LulzBot owners.
@Greggb I think this looks fantastic. Ready to go imo.
Sep 11 2018
The macro shot of the skidsteer is pretty rough. Any way we could use a material more opaque? Or maybe we need a different model?
For the Plunderbuss Pete macro shot is there anyway we can add a sense of scale? Without any reference the 0.5mm shot looks rough. Maybe the shot zooms in from the larger model to show how granular of a shot you're looking at?
Lastly, like Adam said, for the banana jig there is no frame of reference. That being said this print would look pretty rough if it were full size.
Aug 30 2018
@adam As long is it isn't on the latter half of the week I am good with this
Aug 24 2018
Just realized our phplist forms don't have the gdpr text. Added to /product-updates and the monthly newsletter. Are there any other forms you're using @Orias ?
Aug 23 2018
We also talked to her here at Lago. All this information might not be relevant to product planning but it is insightful none the less.
Aug 20 2018
@DRobertson I think we should add more of a copy section up top to talk about 'why' people want an Aerostruder Micro AND/OR ideal applications e.g., tight tolerances, models requiring fine details, small parts, finish quality, etc...
Aug 2 2018
@adam Do we have an established 'available for purchase' date for the Aerostruder Micro? And do we know what stock levels we are aiming for upon release? The release of the adapter will be dependent on that release date. Also, I do foresee this strategy hindering sales of the AMicro out of the gate which could be good or bad depending on how you look at it. Good in a sense that we can build hype of both the Mini 2 & Aerostruder Micro while allowing production to get adequate inventory levels. Bad in a sense that sales will be slower to start.
Jul 26 2018
I think the design looks great! Every time I look at it this plays in my head https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6JK3fhYE1w
Jul 23 2018
Yes, we are good to move forward on this. My input:
May 8 2018
I don't have anything specific for bizdev but maybe @lansky has something he'd like to include for problem identification or troubleshooting purposes.
Apr 24 2018
This is done. Teaser page can be found here https://www.lulzbot.com/mini-2
Apr 10 2018
@youngmrcarlson I've been having the random pausing like that on my gladiola at work as well. So far I haven't noticed a rhyme or reason to when it happens and they're so few and far between that I don't think I could catch one on video.
Apr 3 2018
I think for this particular print I was changing the color. I would imagine most people using this are either a) switching the color b) about to run out of a filament and are therefore switching the filament, or c) embedding something within a print. That being said, not even being able to resume the print was a bigger issue.
Mar 29 2018
Mar 20 2018
Dec 1 2017
@karrad I have not printed anything recently. I will try to find the time to get some prints in Monday
Nov 30 2017
Nov 29 2017
Nov 3 2017
Yeah, I gave the bed adhesion information a try by creating a custom material profile and saving it and this did nothing when reopening the profile or switching to a different material. IMO I think it could go.
Nov 2 2017
Tested this a bit more and it appears to happen starting from when abort is pushed up until the printer has finished its current command e.g., if I hit abort right as the nozzle starts to warm cura will freeze up until the nozzle reaches temp.