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- Apr 3 2018, 1:15 PM (87 w, 2 d)
Oct 10 2019
This was actually solved by checking drag specs in finals.
Could not figure this out.
Oct 7 2019
@DaniAO Here is the information that you were requesting.
Sep 30 2019
Closing this ticket since all of the beta units have been completed.
Sep 25 2019
As far as I know we need the new spacers and flexy bed corners. I don't know if cluster was told to print the new ones.
Sep 24 2019
@paulette Are you recording these on your defect tracking sheets?
Sep 20 2019
On the frame BOM [[AS-PR0175] there is 5 zip ties [HD-MS0058]. I believe one of those zip ties is counting the zip tie for the y bed which is also has a single sip tie on it.
@logan Toolheads and I were having a hard time getting a steady flow of lithium to come out of the can no matter how well the can was shaken. It seemed to come out with too much pressure and it was hard if not almost impossible to get a even coating across the worm gear.
Sep 17 2019
@DaniAO I noticed that the parts PP-MP0277, PP-MP0278, PP-MP0279, PP-MP0280, and PP-MP0281 all have 'toolhead' in their part descriptions. They also mention kangaroo paw, do we want to change that to Bio or Mini bio as well?
@DaniAO AS-PR0176 Bio, Final Assembly is missing 1x HD-MS0249 UV Resistant Cable Tie Holder. (It currently has a quantity of 1 and that should be 2.)
Otherwise this assembly has been verified to the MBOM and BOM test build.
@DaniAO I noticed that the AS-PR0171 Bio, Electrical Cover has the AS-TH0077 Syringe Pump and AS-EL0006 Bio Touchscreen assembly. They are on the final as they should but these some how got added to the Electrical cover.
AS-PR0173 Z-Axis Left Assembly, Bio was been built and verified to the MBOM.
@DaniAO The OCA BOM is missing 1x PP-GP0332 Bump stop.
Sep 16 2019
AS-PR0175 Bio Frame Assembly
This assembly has been BOM tested to the MBOM and OCA BOM.
@logan @DaniAO I am still waiting on the final completion of the BOM Beta Bio Printer to close out this ticket. I can confirm that I have seen no issues with the MBOM except for 1 zip tie may need to be transferred to another assembly. I will have a more detailed report once it has been full finished.
@adam Lets go ahead and use the HD-BT0255 part number and archive the hd-bt0167 since the hd-bt0255 is already on the bom for kangaroo paw.
Looks like the part number has been created for this and I did notice that it was on the MBOM, or at least I wasn't missing anything. Closing this ticket as fixed now.
Sep 11 2019
Sep 10 2019
I didn't notice any issues with drag from the current spacing of the worm gears so i am going to go ahead and pass this on to @Steven for now and we can return to this if we get an issue.
@tutley Have you noticed any issues with the worm gears on the pumps with the alphas? If you have not, then I'm gonna go ahead and confirm the spacing as good.
Sep 9 2019
@cmerot this is the ticket that we use using to track the unique parts for kangaroo paw.
Sep 5 2019
@david.hall If you have them inserted as well that would be great, the insert drawings are in the repo and I'll upload them here as well.
Looks like the z lowers are PP-GP0461 and PP-GP0462. We may want to rename those because one says black and the other says kangaroo paw
@DaniAO Also there should be 2 more parts on there for the z lowers, which as I have been told will be printed in black and not the usual green.
I do have 10 of the syringe pump harness for Beta already. Just the LCD harnesses (1 and 2)
Sep 3 2019
@zachah It seems with the jig we are also able to get the skirt within the old spec as well.
Aug 30 2019
Update on the first test: After adjusting the z offset I was able to get a passing skirt (approx. 0.35mm to 0.49mm) on a machine that could not get a passing skirt before.
@adam Please see my response to make sure that we don't have duplicate part numbers in odoo.
HD-BT0257 M3x6mm SHCS = 99
HD-BT0256 M3x16 BHCS = (There was 200 ordered, these were ones that were not ordered for Betas and they came in after) The printer only uses 5
Aug 28 2019
Current progress update: Working with mini 2 production right now to make sure I have written down what processes they are doing different than what is on the OHAI for mini 2. Once I have an understanding of what is different. After that I can start getting a draft of the OHAI written up as a private project set on the site.
Aug 27 2019
Aug 26 2019
I have updated several of the QA worksheets right now but due to the new nature of how were handling some of the sub-assembly QA, I am unsure on how to proceed from this point.
@kent Did I miss anything?
@tutley Is this something that we still need to request another FA for?
@DaniAO Yes, that is the closest think I had to a ebom that I was given.
@DaniAO I did a quick push to update the ebom on masters with the new part number.
Aug 23 2019
Double checked the other alphas to make sure all the screws on the pump were tight.
All currently built alphas at mountain have been updated with this change.
Aug 22 2019
Kapa08 has been fixed.
Aug 21 2019
@tutley Mini 2 calibration will be printing these along side the current octopus calibration and evaluating the octopus for any issues to see how those issues translate to the new file. We will be bagging both the octopus and the new calibration print in the same bag and labeling it with the serial number, date, and the name of the calibrator. Any issues with the octopus will also be included on the tag. This will continue on for approximately 2 weeks where we should be able to attain over a hundred points of data.
Aug 20 2019
@tutley I have a slice created that is around 55 min to print. I'm going to talk to calibration about be on the look out for each of the issues so we can get some testing done to see how well this print will be able to show these issues. Possibly working with cluster as well will be beneficial.
@DaniAO Also I am not sure what the part number is for this part, I was not able to find it in OCA.
SD card mount has been updated with print ability features and a new gcode has been sliced. Ready for review and to be pushed to masters.
The slice is done and is currently sitting in the branch for ticket T9692.
Weight: 0.0155 kg
Aug 19 2019
Aug 16 2019
@kent Fair enough, this ticket was only up because I believe it was PMM who requested that we put our specific workmanship standards on the designs.
It may be worthwhile to consider having workmanship standards for external and internal processes separate. Also I am a little bit confused about the wording of this ticket, @kent do you have a example scenario where this may occur?
@kent The workmanship standard document has been provided to our suppliers.
The new gcodes with the updated motor steps have a much better fit now. Also the bowing of the cover is not as prominent as before.
Aug 15 2019
Aug 14 2019
@DaniAO I wasn't quite sure where to put the bowing cover as it does seem to be due to an issue with alignment somewhere.
@tutley The bowing could also be due to having to print the lcd covers but the mis-alignment for the lcd center seems to be on all of the parts.
When placing the LCD on top of the assembly, I also noticed a considerable amount of bowing in the lcd cover.
Aug 8 2019
Aug 7 2019
@kent The machined metal that these screws have to go through is 11mm before they enter the threads on the motor. I don't think 1mm is enough to properly engage those threads.
@tutley It seems like the screws were able to cut threads into the metal. They were a little tough to go in but it seems like the limit switch will be fine like this for doing alphas.
Aug 6 2019
I am not seeing the printed part number on the insert drawings.
I have only checked syringe pump cover so far.