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- Sep 20 2016, 11:27 AM (155 w, 5 d)
Wed, Sep 11
@karrad Yep - thanks!
Mon, Sep 9
@alexei This ticket is in regards to 18.04 which is the latest LTS version with an EOL of April 2028
Tue, Sep 3
@DaniAO Whether before or after a retail kit, could we get another of these made? Just got another request for it.
Thu, Aug 29
Could we get a product alert on the product page to let customers know this is discontinued? We have 4 left at AM and 1 in Sydney.
Mon, Aug 26
@DaniAO Reopening this - we seem to still be getting requests on a regular basis, and it would be helpful to have this as a retail kit so we can keep them available.
Thu, Aug 22
@DaniAO Looks like this still can't be sold and doesn't have a price. Thanks!
Wed, Aug 21
Tue, Aug 20
Mon, Aug 19
@DaniAO Tagging you since Brent's out, don't know if you'd see it otherwise
Aug 16 2019
@adam Do you know if we've hit this point yet? I think we've been out for quite a while.
Aug 12 2019
@adam That's kind of what I suspected, thanks! I'll direct him towards the hot end.
@karrad Could you have someone take a look at this one? Thanks!
@karrad Yeah, I see the overhead/processing costs on our side, and IMO we could set the pricing to where it's beneficial for us, and let the customer decide. Your call though :)
They had some kind of unfortunate incident with their tool head, and they were going to buy a new tool head, but said "I think I have been able to save everything except for Blower shroud, (PP-IS0085) and the screws to attach the caution tag."
@karrad I imagine shipping will be cheaper if he combines it with the blower shroud he's ordering for T9620, but I can see if he can get it elsewhere.
(FWIW, I think in general there can be additional value for the customer in ordering the randoms from us - in confidence that they're getting the right part, and the ease of working with existing vendors.)
@karrad I haven't had any requests for just the links as of yet. At most maybe keep a couple at AM, but I don't think there's a need to have them on the website.
Aug 9 2019
Aug 8 2019
@karrad I got to see this first-hand when helping a friend setup his Mini a couple weeks ago. He used the Open Anyway button instead of changing security settings like our instructions suggest, and it worked just fine.
Aug 7 2019
Aug 2 2019
Aug 1 2019
Jul 17 2019
Jul 16 2019
@DaniAO Do you know what the screen resolution on your laptop is? I had an old laptop I couldn't use Cura LE on because the screen was something like 1366x768.
Jul 9 2019
Jul 6 2019
For further testing, I saved the pre-compiled package of 3.6.14 and attempted to install it on a fresh Ubuntu 18.04.2.
On a fresh installation of Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS I installed Cura LE 3.6.13 via apt and had the same issue described. I was able to do a local build of 3.6.14, install the resulting .deb, and it launched successfully. Unsure if the magic sauce was building from source, or if 3.6.14 contains a fix that resolves this issue.
Jul 5 2019
@adam Thank you, since it's on the website we'll need it to be marked as can be sold so we can process any web orders that come in.
Jul 3 2019
@cathryn Here's the portion of that information I have:
Jun 25 2019
Jun 19 2019
Confirmed this is also present in my local build of 3.6.11
Jun 12 2019
May 23 2019
@jperry Totally, my question was just regarding what this shipment is labeled as.
May 22 2019
@DaniAO Works on .116 as well, but I don't have permissionsauce to mark this Resolved.
Just tested it with 184.108.40.206 and it shows the "Probing failed" message as expected.
May 17 2019
@kent I have Quiver 15, so it's not on that spreadsheet. Didn't notice any deflection, the skirts were a bit high if anything. Z Offset is set to -.60mm.
@kent Nozzle offsets: 44.58mm, 1.34mm, 2.34mm
@kent Well, backlash calibration didn't help. New values: X: .14, Y: .07, Z: .06mm.
@kent X: .14, Y: .09, Z: .08, Smoothing: 2mm, Correction: 100%
I'll do the automatic calibration and retry the print.
May 16 2019
@DaniAO The boop didn't seem to leave anything, just a number of [seemingly] unnecessary travel moves after the last layer.
I did print this over here, but I don't have a camera to take a picture with. I didn't watch if it happened on the second one, but on the first gcode it seemed to do a "boop for good luck" after the print finished.
May 15 2019
May 9 2019
@DaniAO Not necessarily making a request that we do, just making a note of it if PP thinks it's worth it. We haven't sold a ton of them, but it's one of those that I've started to recognize when someone calls in.
May 2 2019
@adam Heh, yeah. Customer lost their Y-Axis. They were transporting the machine, put the Y-Axis in a separate box, and lost that box.
Apr 30 2019
Apr 25 2019
Apr 24 2019
@Galadriel Think this would still be useful with Hexagons being discontinued?
@adam I now see that, I shall quote him the AS-PR0030 in its stead
Apr 4 2019
Mar 27 2019
Mar 20 2019
Sorry for the delay. Confirmed it is fixed.
Mar 19 2019
Hey wanted to check in on this again. We're selling enough of these that Cory's memorized the part number, so it would be great to get these available on the website.
Mar 11 2019
@adam I noticed the ones on the shelf at AM are PolyMax PC. Is that next shipment still a future one or the one that most recently delivered to SW?
Mar 1 2019
@Orias Linen is now out of stock in all warehouses
Feb 28 2019
Feb 26 2019
@jessica Looks like Linen is out of Shipwire!
Feb 19 2019
@karrad Looks good, tested on my machine
Cool, I'll close T5786. It seems to stop when printing from a USB drive, but not from Cura.
Feb 18 2019
@marcio Nice! I changed that value to 1000 and it now displays the error as expected.
@karrad That's what I started testing right after my last comment :)
Probe fail message displays as expected when printing from USB drive - only affects tethered printing over USB
@karrad The issue with the probing hot end being retracted seems to be resolved, and it's just that the printer restarts instead of displaying an error if it fails probing twice. Updated task to reflect.
Tested using Cura 3.6.5 and .88 FW. Reproduced just by disconnecting zero sense from one hot end (to fake a probe fail) and starting a print.
Feb 12 2019
Feb 8 2019
@adam No, I saw that's setup, but since this is an RMA, they would need the raw part without packaging.
Feb 6 2019
Confirmed this is now working as expected.