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- Jun 11 2015, 7:17 AM (202 w, 5 h)
@adam I will defer to you on that one, I reported here as it was originally said to be fixed here. If you want to close this out and split them up, please add me to the new ticket.
@marcio Testing 184.108.40.206 for redgum hardened steel, we are missing the home Z axis when first powering on.
Tue, Apr 23
@matth Can you highlight where you would like to see this? As far as i know, to see individual settings for each extruder you need to swap back and forth and there is no spot to see them at the same time.
@matth Please set e1 and e2 to separate quality settings, ie High detail and high speed. This will average the layer height setting in "custom" to 0.25mm even though high detail is 0.15mm and high speed is 0.35mm. If you look at the quality drop down, it will not report the averaged setting in the drop down option. See T6777 for a more accurate description
@jebba Yup, that was my mistake. Thanks again for the help.
Initial tests are showing identical gcode files:
@jebba Thanks for the help. Loading this into the local build, the splash screen is very small:
@DRobertson If you would like to do a complete update that is doable, but at the moment we just need the copyright date updated to 2017-2019 for legal reasons.
Mon, Apr 22
@Steven It was, I had missed the original ticket and accidentally created a duplicate. Closing this one out.
@victor_larchenko This one is becoming more problematic, and we will need to get it sorted. Going to bump priority for now, please commit to a separate branch for testing.
Once you have an update, please post here.
@victor_larchenko While awaiting an update here, we are going to lower priority.
A second report here:
@anolen Are you still seeing unnecessary moves that you would like to get fixed?
@DRobertson michael used to update these, I am not sure if there is a more "polished" source file somewhere. Attached you can see the existing .png for cura LE
@victor_larchenko We have an update to this one.
I have cut a couple of the quiver feed tubes shorter, as in my mind it made sense with the same frame dimensions and tube mounting location. My apologies on the confusion between the two printers. (fwiw they all seem to be printing great)
@TKostennov Thank you for verifying the bug, we had a hard time duplicating it here. Thanks for the update.
Fri, Apr 19
@Yahuba Any luck repeating this?
@Yahuba Please try to manually install the drivers on the Windows 7 system, and see if it resolves the connection issues. Guide can be found here: https://www.lulzbot.com/manually-installing-drivers-windows
Thu, Apr 18
@jperry these screws look to be just dipped in white paint. Can you look for other suppliers that carry white screws listed above? Ideally something that will be scratch/scrape resistant if at all possible.
@west Can you post a photo of the screws mentioned in RnD here?
Wed, Apr 17
@johnson Can you reach out and try to get the log file? It looks like downgrading has him up and running, but we need more information to try to track this down.
@victor_larchenko These reports have been on 3.6.3 connecting to the RAMBO boards included on the TAZ 6 machines. Can you test on there? We will attempt to get some error logs for you today as well
I think this covers disclosing source, should be good to push. Can always update if later determined insufficient.
@kent Nope, that is definitely the better link to use.
Tue, Apr 16
merging into T6020
@TKostennov Sorry for the delay there, it does look like a cache clear issue. Thanks for getting it sorted!
README attached here, please review and see if more detailed directions are required:
Mon, Apr 15
We are getting reports of attempting to connect on COM 7 with windows 7. When checking the Port options within Cura LE, there is no com port 7 available to select. Also reported on T1250
Checking start/end gcode we have the following retracts/purges
I am getting a report from a Windows 7 user that is attempting to connect on Port 7, however no port 7 is available in port selection drop down:
Update from beta user, there were 3 older packages in there w/o an uninstall and clear cache (2.6, 3.2, and 3.6) I am having him uninstall all older versions, clear cache, and try again.
@aroybal I also found another work around. If you "group" your models before saving the project, it will maintain position on the plate:
@aroybal Ahh thank you for the explanation. I was able to repeat your issue with the projects below:
Print of the above gcode:
@aroybal Testing this on our build, we do not have an issue saving the project and maintaining model positioning. Can you post the curaproject file you are having issues with?
This was specific to aquatic vehicles, roll and pitch were the main concerns
@west Nothing confirmed yet, awaiting legal review. What are you thoughts on a printed part that protrudes from the base of the frame and/or Y axis with a hole for a bolt? Maybe held in with a couple Tnuts
Fri, Apr 12
Even with a better file location by default, organizing files will be key to prevent lag on the LCD screen. We are not going to implement this, and be sure to document in the manual.
Thu, Apr 11
@west We are printing out a couple now, we should have confirmation tomorrow at the latest
@logan What settings are you modifying? Some settings between the extruders are required to be the same to prevent nozzle collisions with previously printed parts.
@marcio I like that solution, and while different than previous firmware i think it will be much better than requiring different tool head changing techniques. Can you get a local build up for testing on this?
Wed, Apr 10
Double checking machine definitions, set to 286 in Z in order to allow a max Z of 285. Closing out.