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- Sep 13 2017, 7:14 AM (104 w, 4 d)
Apr 20 2018
Great catch! this seems like an important one
Apr 13 2018
Apr 10 2018
@karrad sounds good. I'm just saying that since I don't have access to a Windows comp, writing steps and getting screen shots for how to extract and save a file sounds tricky
Apr 6 2018
@karrad For Mac and Windows documentation, is there a contractor who works with us on these tasks?
Apr 4 2018
For the next round of Cura updates?
Mar 27 2018
We've been avoiding saying "View" with Prepare/Monitor buttons in the QSG, since Cura has Solid, X-Ray, and Layer Views as well. "Window" works well I think - @kenhara I agree on the caps for Prepare, and would cap Window as well. Will update QSG to reflect this for consistency if you agree. @karrad I think we could remove "Nothing to slice" and just say the second half.
Mar 21 2018
adding Dave for help formatting screenshots
Feb 22 2018
thanks, good catch! TAZ 6 page has been updated
Feb 7 2018
Thanks, Eric! Good catch. It's been changed
Jan 26 2018
Jan 22 2018
Jan 19 2018
Jan 18 2018
Added this note to TAZ 6 OHAI, Step 11:
Note: The Z-axis Mini Toggle Extension should only be used on the Dual Extruder v3 Tool Head. Leaving this extension on the printer and using it with other tool heads will cause failed probes due to the higher registered minimum position. Symptoms include the nozzle wiping above the pad when self-cleaning, and the tool head failing to touch the bed corners when self-leveling.
Jan 17 2018
Discussed some with Claudio - Would adding the following copy to the Debian and Ubuntu pages address the issue?
"Still using Cura2? The package is now named "cura-lulzbot". Please follow the instructions below to install the latest stable version."
Jan 16 2018
sorry for the delay on this! I've added the same note from v3 to the Remove Existing Tool Head step for Aero Mini, TAZ 5, and TAZ 6 OHAIs:
Jan 4 2018
An image and a note has been added to TAZ 5 and TAZ 6 OHAIs describing this alternate option
Jan 2 2018
screen shot for this step in TAZ 6 and TAZ 5 OHAIs has been updated
Dec 13 2017
Hi there, I need some clarification on this piece of feedback - what is meant by repositories? the copy for the OHAI uses Cura LulzBot Edition.
Included Items picture has been changed to have a black idler jig. Step 21 has been updated with a note that say the idler jig is green in these images for visibility and clarity.
Dec 7 2017
My fault on leaving these out. (4) Low profile bed corners (For TAZ 5) inserted on product page and OHAI. Separate OHAI for TAZ 5 will be published very soon
Dec 5 2017
Step 23 has been updated with more substeps and clearer language.
Step 17 directs the user with an image and arrow for the "Print Monitor Icon" and language has been added: "Steps 18 and 19 are implemented through this tab's settings." Step 19A now reinforces this, and says "confirm" instead of "select" since this should have been done already in Step 17
Dec 4 2017
Language for this Step 16 has been revised. PLA should be confirmed as Standard quality (default), while PolyDissolve needs to be selected for Extruder 2 with Generate Support Box
Added a note to Step 8, thanks! "Note: In previous versions of our tool heads, the Esteps were listed along the back of the tool heads for the customer to update. For the new v3 tool head however, the Esteps are now set up within the firmware, and no manual updates are required."
Dec 1 2017
@TyTh thanks! The gif has been inserted before the detailed steps, with a note about the filament path being altered to make v3 more compact: https://ohai.lulzbot.com/project/lulzbot-taz-dual-extruder-tool-head-v3-install/
@TyTh absolutely. Will update when ready
Nov 30 2017
@karrad do I have approval to roll out these updates into production? Will update, all 4 pages: Windows, macOS, Debian, Ubuntu
Thanks! Those changes have been made to Windows and Mac, and are ready to roll out. The Linux command applies to both Ubuntu and Debian pages, correct?
Nov 29 2017
FYI - I'm going to make a v3 OHAI for TAZ 5 users asap
Thanks! I'll continue to revise the OHAI
Nov 28 2017