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- Jun 9 2015, 10:48 PM (210 w, 5 d)
I fixed this for redgum too. I checked and Hibiscus is ok.
Fri, Jun 21
@jperry , the first article inspection for the Epocs mini 2 sheetmetal is complete. There are 6 tickets for these parts that I will assign to you now so you can send the reports to the supplier.
Here is the completed inspection form for the top plates. They passed every inspection point.
Here is the finalized report, the had one non-critical failure where the supplier mark was on the wrong side of the part. Due to the position in the machine and the way they did the mark, this will no be very visible in the finished product.
Thu, Jun 20
Checked with @zachah and the z-max is reading triggered in the endstop states menu only when both switches are triggered manually.
One thing to check is in the menu->endstops Enstop states menu make sure the z-max is only triggered when both switches are manually triggered.
A lot of the testing we did on profiles during the alpha stage was using the old style bed corners which were having about 20 degrees Celsius below the set temp on the surface of the bed due to sagging of the heater. When we added the center nubbin, it closed the gap between the heater and the glass and brought the bed temp closer to the target temp. I wonder if we set the bed temp 20deg lower in the profile if these issues would go away and more closely resemble what we saw in alpha testing.
@paulette is the resolution to this ticket going to result in a change to the source for quiver and if so do you have any suggestions? Is it happening on a lot of machines, or do you think or is this more likely an assembly issue related to this specific machine?
@paulette what diagnosis was done to determine all of those parts needed replacement? Was this done on the line or off the line? How long did that take? Were there other completed finals in the queue for calibration at the time or no?
Wed, Jun 19
btw, I'm confident that a design like this https://code.alephobjects.com/T3306#64439 would prevented issues like https://code.alephobjects.com/T3307#140910 due to the fact that the wires with latching connectors are attached to and supported by the wires without latching connectors so they are held in place better. This is essentially the same fix that Mark is suggesting now for https://code.alephobjects.com/T7785, just for all the wires instead of just two.
@Steven I'm assigning this to you to coordinate the update to the drawing based on the brief discussion we had in NPI.
Tue, Jun 18
I don't see any issue with using the PP-IS part for both machines fwiw. Even if we are wasting inserts, the time saved in inventory control will make up for it.
@DaniAO OF-CP0418 is the PN for the new drive.
I will create a change order for this.
There was an update to the frame checksheet as a result of T6233, now it looks like this.
So the solution we have come up with for this issue is to add it to the checksheets, which I have done. I will merge this ticket into the other check sheet ticket.
This is just a NC materials issue, not a issue with the source and there are no changes to merge in, so this will be handled via the normal NC process.
@MichaelM I updated the part number for you. I think the images are close enough that we can use them. LMK if this is not the case.
I was able to complete a vernier test print with all 99 flash drives that I tested (@DaniAO has the last one). There was an issue with two of the drives where it didn't read on the fist plug in, and threw a USB read error when the drive was removed. After the machine was power cycled in these two cases, I was unable to reproduce the issue, and was able to complete the test print without any further issues.
Mon, Jun 17
Fri, Jun 14
Thu, Jun 13
Here is the final inspection report for this part. This is a failure because the silk screen graphics don't match the specified file. For reference: the specified file for this part can be found here: http://devel.lulzbot.com/mini/hibiscus/production_parts/machined_parts/bed_mount_plate/bed_mount_plate_graphics/Bed_Plate_Safety_Symbols.svg
Wed, Jun 12
@mike they are on the T7435 branch you can check them out if you do git checkout T7435.
@DaniAO these are updated with the redlines that we made in the T6814-T6848-T6806-T6924-T6853-T6852-QA-checksheets branch. @wolffchadd @bowman can you review these and let me know if any further changes need made?
I wrote all these drives with the NexCopy. 100/100 of the DTSE9 drives passed the copy+compare process. I'm running a vernier_dim-test print with each one now to check if there are any drives that aren't recognized or have errors during the print. So far, 8/8 of the drives I have done a test print with have passed with no issues.
Tue, Jun 11
This is e3d's drawing:
Mon, Jun 10
I looked at the drawing and it's not clear that there should be blank pins there, not only that, but it not particularly efficient for production to build them that way. Probably best would be to have a latching connector that only plugs in one way like the motors or thermistors. This would also solve this issue: https://code.alephobjects.com/T3426. That fix is a little harder though because it would require an Archim rev. Another thing we could try is using a little hot glue on the connector housing where it touches the board. If done right, this will hold it in place without being too difficult to remove. @mjpelletier I'm interested in any suggestions you have to mitigate this issue.
Fri, Jun 7
Here is the final inspection report. This failed on insert/powdercoat order of operations (critical failure), and silk screen location. (non-critical failure).
Here is the finalized inspection report, it is ready to be sent to the supplier.