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- Feb 17 2017, 7:34 AM (126 w, 2 d)
Fri, Jul 19
I'm okay with it
Fri, Jul 12
No preference. Whatever you think looks good.
Scrolling sounds great! Didn't know it was an option.
Yes, I think it is the start gcode. Sorry, didn't notice this was a marlin related code ticket.
Thu, Jul 11
@marcio Also, "TAZ Workhorse Printing" is cut off. Can we shorten this to "TAZ Printing"?
Wed, Jul 10
Mon, Jul 8
@DaniAO do you have a link to the BOM so I can close this ticket?
Fri, Jul 5
Wed, Jul 3
Product page staged here: https://www.lulzbot.com/store/parts/gt-3-single-sided-neoprene-belt-1164mm-6mm
Tue, Jul 2
Tested. Filament change works fine when paused first. Resumed as intended after.
Mon, Jul 1
E1 was printing and I selected to prehead E2 for changing filament
Fri, Jun 28
Tried the new nozzle offset calibration. Was almost spot on and getting amazing prints! I did have to make a minor 20 micron adjustment on the X to get it perfect but this was likely due to a dirty nozzle.
Thu, Jun 27
The HS and HS+ tool heads are the actual names. Hardened steel, high strength, and high speed all have HS acronyms. In that context, I think 'HE' works. The long formal version of the name can be "LulzBot HE Tool Head | Hardened Steel | 0.5 mm". I think we will definitely need to change the sticker like @karrad said.
Jun 18 2019
Correction! The "no material" setting is set to 90/80c so when I just use PLA on one extruder I get the above cube results.
So I'm using 3.6.8... What I found is that Cura seems to be importing profiles incorrectly. I opened Zach's profile in a word doc and his bed temp adjustments coincide with his commented changes but when I import into Cura the initial layer bed temp is 90c and the printing bed temp is 80c
On the gray cubes the left is angie's profile and the right is zach's. The gray and green model is zach's profile. One thing I'm seeing across all three models is the lower layers appear 'shrunken' and seems to clear up decently at 5mm and completely at 10mm. The gray and green model really shows this weird occurrence of shrunken lower layers.
Jun 17 2019
Jun 14 2019
Jun 13 2019
Can we change the names to LulzBot [TAZ / Mini] Etched Modular Print Bed Heater
Jun 11 2019
@Greggb has final sign off since this is a cosmetic change
Jun 10 2019
Seeing as this is the only screw on the back of the tool head I think it's fine to switch the screw color.
Jun 6 2019
@karrad do we have an update on these enclosures yet?
May 31 2019
May 30 2019
@Orias I'm not sure we would need this service out of the gate. I would imagine with the small content team we have it will take us a while to be able to fully utilize this platform. I don't know what is required in terms of setup though so maybe it makes sense in that context?
May 28 2019
Nothing on the printer was broken but the frame must have been racked. The z bumper was not far to the right (towards bed) to contact the z endstop and then the nozzle was not contacting the front right washer when leveling. Furthermore the gantry did not seem like it was physically capable of going high enough to contact the z endstop. One of the tool head zip ties seemed like it was contacting the frame but when I clipped this off it still was not raising high enough to contact the endstop, even when physically pulled up.
May 21 2019
May 16 2019
May 15 2019
FYI New LulzBot.com could be coming Q3 (Maybe August or Sept.)
May 14 2019
Ideally these are available on the TAZ Pro Dual Extruder and TAZ Workhorse Stock Extruder at a minimum
- nGen - Military buys a lot of this. Second most bought filament on the website.
- Tough PLA - Competitive move. Allows us to offer near ABS durability with a material that works well with support materials.
- Virtual foundry or alternative sintering material - Metal is a huge market
- ASA - Competitive move. Great UV resistance.
- Polypropylene - Competitive move.
- Glass Filled PA - Automotive is biggest user of FFF. Strength and heat resistance desired.
- Polyflex - Need something around 95A
May 13 2019
@karrad do we get price breaks for ordering at quantity?
May 10 2019
"TAZ Frame Reinforcement Kit"
@DaniAO Let's go with what Hob suggested.
May 8 2019
May 3 2019
@DaniAO I'm not sure what you're asking. I've never done any of this so you will have to help me.
@DaniAO Perfect. Thank you!
May 2 2019
@karrad do we have all source files on download.lulzbot.com?
Looks good to me
Apr 30 2019
Apr 24 2019
We are going to let Product Planning determine where we stand in terms of being able to say "Made in USA" and what would it take to get there.
Apr 23 2019
@adam can we add the removal of the unused wiper pad. Other than that, you have the sign off from me.
Apr 18 2019
Formal Name: LulzBot HS Tool Head | Hardened Steel | 0.5 mm
Shortened Web Name: HS Tool Head | Hardened Steel | 0.5 mm
Verbal name: HS 0.5mm Tool Head
Mar 22 2019
@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.
Mar 18 2019
I think we do:
Click sounds on
Print Starting: Twinkle
Print Finished: Fanfare
Print Error: Sad Trombone
Mar 14 2019
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.
Mar 12 2019
Mar 11 2019
@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.
Feb 27 2019
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.
Feb 25 2019
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.
Feb 21 2019
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. Not to mention neither nozzle indicated the proper idle 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?