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- Sep 20 2016, 11:27 AM (121 w, 1 d)
Fri, Jan 11
Mon, Jan 7
Fri, Jan 4
Someone can close this out, I can't edit anymore.
@logan I'm currently on 188.8.131.52
I've noticed it also drops a bit during startup as it's moving the hot ends up/down.
Thu, Jan 3
Nylon 645 is out of stock and no longer on LulzBot.com
Fri, Dec 28
Fri, Dec 21
No boot up animation with option enabled (184.108.40.206)
Took 9.3 seconds
Nov 6 2018
@nickp Customer got back to me and said he'll be able to print this, sounds like he has a functioning printer.
Nov 5 2018
Oct 29 2018
Oct 11 2018
This applies to copperFill, bronzeFill, woodFill, and bambooFill.
Oct 10 2018
@karrad We currently have this listed in the store as compatible with "LulzBot TAZ 5 Hexagon". Should we remove that until we have a supported profile for it?
My only feedback is about the heat inserts, and I just noticed on mine it pushes against the X Carriage Cover.
Confirmed Z Offset didn't need to be changed.
Oct 8 2018
Sep 27 2018
My mount (#4) had two heat inserts that wouldn't take the screws for some reason. I replaced them and have it running now. Z-Offset seems to be unchanged, I'll verify when the print is done.
A note for more marketing/sales stuff, I think it'll be important to note that the adapter installs to the extruder mount before the printer. This means that if you want to switch to another v2 series tool head, you'll need to remove the adapter as well.
It makes your new tool head compatible with your older print, but installing one doesn't make your older printer compatible with all the new tool heads.
For high production environments that need to switch tool heads quickly, they may want to purchase and install an adapter on each v2 tool head. Though, there's only a difference of 1 screw.
Jul 17 2018
Jun 6 2018
I just had this happen with my Mini 1.04, Cura 3.2.21, no USB hub.
May 3 2018
Apr 6 2018
@marcio Awesome, flashed that and it works!
Apr 4 2018
Apr 3 2018
Here's the video of my print pausing for a second. It happened both over USB and from SD Card. The other models I printed didn't have this issue, so it may be more of a Cura 3 issue.
Here's the STL I was printing with Verbatim PLA profile on High Detail: https://www.thingiverse.com/download:4585744
@clynch pointed out that once it starts cooling it resets the time to 0, so the time displayed is how long it took to cool down.
Feb 16 2018
There's nothing indicating to the user that the content is draggable, but if you drag you can now access those buttons to flash the firmware.
Feb 6 2018
@karrad Confirmed this works for me on 3.2.2 and 2.6.69.
Jan 31 2018
@tutley Could I have you guys take a look at mine as well? I don't think it's as bad as @benmalouf's, but the reading bounces around by up to 10 degrees, and I noticed Cura said it was at 299 once just after I stopped the print.
Jan 29 2018
Jan 17 2018
@karrad It's now fixed, but it seems it was related to an issue I was having with my mouse this morning. Chromium and Kdenlive were misbehaving as well. Josh had me reboot my computer and all is right with the world again.
Curious if @anolen 's original report might have been due to a similar issue.
I'm experiencing a similar issue on 2.6.66, and I don't have any custom profiles. Sometimes the menu opens and stays open long enough to click on something, but most of the time it does not. Here's a recording and the log for that session (video quality not the best, was trying to reduce file size):
@benmalouf Looks like we've sold 86, we have 87 in warehouses, and 65 more on the way.
Jan 15 2018
We brought in an extra set of modular bed corners, and they did seem to help. On my Hibiscus the Glass/PEI slides around a bit, but I supposed I always expected it to. Doesn't seem to impact prints, in any case.
Jan 11 2018
Error log from Cura 2.6.65 with Auto Save disabled showed some errors about MachinesPage.qml, not sure if it's relevant. Starts at line 298.
Jan 5 2018
Jan 4 2018
I haven't seen this since, so I'm going to close it until it crops up again.
I'm getting X driver overheat warnings on Hibiscus 19. Looks like there's one Y driver warning in there as well.
Just updated firmware to Marlin_EinsyMini2_AerostruderV2_220.127.116.11_9129996.hex
Dec 29 2017
Dec 28 2017
Check it out! Bottom right is the latest print. Still one small part where the wall didn't adhere with the infill, but otherwise looks great.
Dec 27 2017
@karrad I have all the tweaks in me! Printing now...
(This is the large gear from the Prusa Mendel, by the way.)
High detail profile currently showing Initial Layer Height as .4mm, and Layer Height at .25mm. Is there a separate setting for the top layer height?
Dec 15 2017
@tutley nice, didn't think of adding it to the start gcode. I'll do that.
I have Hibiscus 19 here in sales.
Dec 11 2017
@karrad I don't recall any particular conversations, but I do remember that they are essentially the same, so if we could get UL it would help immensely in this regard.
Dec 1 2017
Nov 28 2017
Not sure if we need a separate ticket for each OHAI issue, but I had a few things pointed out to me by a prospective customer with a TAZ 5:
Nov 17 2017
Nov 14 2017
Nov 10 2017
I think I figured this one out! In my VM I found that at a resolution of 1280 x 854 and below there is no maximize button, but it appears at resolutions 1280 x 960 and above. This would explain why it doesn't appear on my Dell Inspiron 13 which has a resolution of 1366 x 768.
(Has nothing to do with the shell theme as I originally suspected.)
Nov 9 2017
@victor_larchenko For some reason they're not enabled in GNOME by default. You have to open Tweak Tool, and there's options to enable the titlebar buttons under Windows section. Enable Maximize and Minimize there, then you should see Maximize on all your windows except Cura.
Nov 7 2017
@victor_larchenko Still doesn't show on 2.6.46, but if the time zones are the same, it looks like the .deb for 2.6.46 was published about 1.5 hrs before your commit, so maybe in 2.6.47?
Nov 5 2017
Nov 2 2017
@Steven I just did a fresh install of Debian 9.1 GNOME in a VM and was able to replicate the issue. The window in the background is Files just to demonstrate that it's not a system-wide setting.
@Steven This was on Debian Stretch with GNOME. Oddly enough, it doesn't show on here, but on my other machine running Stretch with a GNOME custom theme (https://github.com/agajews/ArcticApricity) it shows up.
I might try it on a fresh install in a VM, but I'm not sure how well OpenGL works with virtualization.
Oct 28 2017
Oct 17 2017
Yep, that fixed it. But I'm guessing we don't want that in the quickprint profile, right?
Aug 30 2017
Aug 18 2017
Aug 16 2017
Aug 14 2017
@alexei thanks, that worked! I was on the stretch repo, but fixed it by removing those directories.
Aug 7 2017
It looks like this is due to the temperature not being set. I entered temperatures for the nozzle and bed, and was able to successfully slice. Checking the Auto Temperature box also allows it to slice.
Aug 6 2017
Aug 4 2017
I'm having this issue as well trying to slice for the TAZ 5. This appears to be relevant:
Jul 27 2017
Mar 30 2017
I pretty much echo @benmalouf's thoughts. When I click off the model, I expect to exit whatever edit mode I was in.
Dec 13 2016
Does anyone have some more XT I could use? I was able to do a small benchy retraction, and overhang test with the remaining filament.
Nov 22 2016
@nickthetait let me know when you need some test prints and I'm happy to help
Nov 16 2016
I have 7 prints that I think are a good samples, if you want to take a look at them
Sep 20 2016
Found a project that still has the lowercase B: https://ohai.lulzbot.com/project/277a1005-46c1-4b99-bc60-f39965c395f0/a16b1f2d-5c1f-47fe-a83d-9d68cca5d62c/