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- Feb 4 2017, 9:15 PM (101 w, 4 d)
Feb 8 2018
Full metal was posted to devel today, closing this task.
What are the recommended settings for slicing the LCD frame?
Feb 6 2018
Feb 5 2018
Jan 18 2018
Okay, I have switched out the Rambo for an Archim board in the Quiver.
Jan 17 2018
Is this something that's still an issue with the new Cura?
A Quiver is a hefty machine, and in my setup getting behind the machine and turning it around to access the bolt holes to get a tool in there to switch out a toolhead is awkward. @west is right that the hex bolt heads are fairly well exposed, but that's not enough. If there's an option for a single easy-to-reach thumbscrew from the back, and a couple easy to reach ones from the top that require no tools at all, that's a superior customer experience.
I have been experimenting with a change to the X-Carriage design to increase rigidity and print repeatability by incorporating an L-Shaped piece of folded steel plate with appropriate holes to attach 3D printed components to for the X-Carriage IGUS bearings, belt drive, and extruder assembly. If I'd like to share it with the team, should I upload the FreeCad files to a couple Maniphest task and mark it for Hibiscus and Quiver?
@karrad Yep, I have a fully built Quiver and Hibiscus. As development changes occur, I keep them both up to date and rebuild. Since we're now looking at a new way to bolt on the toolheads, I did a sweep of the Devel directories looking for inconsistencies.
Jan 16 2018
@karrad : *grin* I'm aware... I act as free "hardware QA" tester. I have the resources in my shop to keep up with the development and have both a working quiver and hibiscus to test with now.
@west TAZ/quiver part in a similar directory? ( http://devel.lulzbot.com/TAZ/quiver/Production_parts/Printed_parts/X/TEST/ )
Fixed in Devel for FreeCAD 0.16. Close ticket.
Using top-mounted thumbscrews makes removing/adding/changing the toolhead a lot easier. The three-point system of holding the toolhead also makes for a strong and stable mounting system.
Jan 15 2018
Thanks! The Z-top-left drawing has some issues exporting ( incomplete fillet operation? Not sure, but definitely something wrong )
Jan 6 2018
I noticed the quiver TAZ7 assembly fcstd file has the release channels on the Z-top assemblies, but the sub-assembly does not have them.
Oct 31 2017
Is the Archim board required for the TAZ7 vs/ RAMBO?
Verified and printed with 184.108.40.206, and I can confirm the following fixes and bugs.
Are the production/pre-production STL files available for these FreeCad files? Many of these won't export cleanly for printing as .obj or .stl.
Oct 24 2017
Morgan, I will try to replicate this using 220.127.116.11 on my TAZ 6 ( Olive ).
Marcio : Is the 18.104.22.168 in the latest Cura beta build? I can throw it onto my Olive w/ Aero. I haven't quite finished assembling the Quiver "clone" yet. ( Just a Quiver built here, using the same parts but printed in-house )
These are the ones that I think would affect TAZ 6 (Olive) / TAZ 7 (Quiver) and TAZ 7 mini
Oct 23 2017
I corrected the e-Steps.. they are actually =very= close to being correct. I'm using the IT-Works 3D Titan Aero for TAZ 6, and it's a pretty good analogue for the Titan Aero toolhead on the Quiver.
Oct 16 2017
Oct 15 2017
Confirmed on Cura 2.6.38 on OSX High Sierra