This is a power supply for TAZ 5 and I think they would sell here vs in Daventry. @youngmrcarlson thoughts on this?
We don't have a great formal process for name changes. @cmerot this would be a question for you.
@adam We get a fair amount of requests for this part so I definitely think that getting a retail part set up for this would be a good idea. Thanks!
@DaniAO Brian is out today. If we bring them back from Daventry we would be expected to sell them all from here. If they are currently sold and we need them for a customer and we are done producing them, let's bring them back sell them and be done with it if I am understanding this ticket correctly.
@youngmrcarlson I am showing that we have 2 in CA and 10 still in the Daventry warehouse.
@youngmrcarlson we all watch the board for that very reason :) but appreciate the tag any way.
@DaniAO Tagging you since Brent's out, don't know if you'd see it otherwise
Fri, Aug 16
@adam Do you know if we've hit this point yet? I think we've been out for quite a while.
Photos are prepped and ready for use for this product. Images are attached. If anyone needs the location where the files live let me know.
Thanks for the help!
Thu, Aug 15
Source files, PDFs, SVGs, assembly instructions, and dimensions added. Please double-check that everything is correct, but it should be good to go.
That works for me. Updated labels are attached.
@cathryn source files for this should now be on download.lb.com
No rush, I can just see that out of warranty customers will want to be able to purchase these
@TyTh we can do that, but it's not going to be high in the priority list right now.
These look great!
Copy suggestions: back: True Multi-Material 3D Printing Geometric freedom is at your command with the LulzBot TAZ Pro Dual Extruder. Utilize composite materials, soluble support, and multi-material designs with dual active-lifting hot ends and hardened steel components.
I'm going to chime in and say we do want a retail kit and page set up for the hotends being used in the Pro
Page created: https://www.lulzbot.com/store/tool-heads/he-tool-head-hardened-steel-05-mm
Adding source files, BOM, and Spec Sheet as I find them
In creating the product page for this tool head, I ran some of this verbiage by @Orias, and I have a slight edit: Create strong parts with a presentation-ready finish with hardened steel components and a 0.5 mm tool head.
TAZ Pro retail label design is all set up. We just need label numbers, OSHW cert number, and a once over on the copy and this label will be all set. Drafts are attached.
Photos have been taken and prepped. As this is a public ticket, let me know if you need the location of images and I will provide them.
that looks great @DRobertson
That sounds good to me. I've got the updated file attached. I didn't see any good spots to add in carbon fiber without it sounding clumsy, but if someone else does, post it up here and I'll get it in. Thanks for the help and edits, everyone!
Wed, Aug 14
Love this @cathryn. Ideally we always start with the value customers receive before saying what it is. "Carbon fiber" is a hot topic so if we can roll that in even better.
Per the discussion in the meeting today, I recommend switching the order on the last sentence so it reads, "Create stronger parts with more accuracy than ever before with hardened-steel components and a 0.5 mm nozzle."
Sounds good, I've got the adjusted file attached.
I don't think it's going to be very quick - unfortunately @karrad is out for a week and he knows more about the plan for this testing.
IMO, abrasive isn't the point, it's the consequence of using such strong materials. I don't believe that industrial users will know right off the bat that PACF for example (nylon is always perceived as a low friction coefficient material) is that abrasive.
@adam Cool. Thanks for the update
I don't think it's compatible with Mini 2 yet. Hardware wise it works, but we've had no testing on marlin 2.0 for Mini 2.
First draft of label is ready for review:
We have plenty of the EL-MS0184 in stock. IIRC we were concerned that customers would break the microfit pins trying to remove the old ones and install the new ones. We can get a retail part project set up for this.
Change of URL: https://www.lulzbot.com/store/accessories/taz-pro-workhorse-abs-enclosure
@DaniAO please let Cat know as soon as these files have been synced and we can get this page live.
@noah the price has been set for this but these are items we try to stay away from selling to the customer. They can purchase this part at Digi-Key Corp as well.
We are waiting on IT to sync download.com and that should have all the source, STL, assembly instructions (which has the parts list on it).