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west added a comment to T4856: Blower shroud hits wiper mounts on first layer..

T4623 has been merged in as the changes in T4623 have been applied to this ticket and branch

Mon, Dec 10, 5:13 PM · Quiver
west merged task T4623: wiper pad mounts too shallow into T4856: Blower shroud hits wiper mounts on first layer..
Mon, Dec 10, 5:12 PM · Quiver
west merged T4623: wiper pad mounts too shallow into T4856: Blower shroud hits wiper mounts on first layer..
Mon, Dec 10, 5:12 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T4807: Y-axis single bearing holders.

The new version doesnt have a way to tension. We could make them tension-able but that would be adding more hardware and I would only want the front or the back to be tension-able (another printed part ). I dont think it would be necessary to have all 4 be tension-able, that seems like overkill to me

Mon, Dec 10, 4:24 PM · Quiver
west moved T4648: actuator mount cracking from Alpha Sprint (2019/01/04) to Needs Review on the Quiver board.
Mon, Dec 10, 4:22 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T4648: actuator mount cracking.

I have a part pushed to this branch that opens the hole up a bit and also allows the bloom from the inert to be picked out

Mon, Dec 10, 4:22 PM · Quiver
west closed T4820: Filament sensor bearing mount PP-GP0418 thoughts on redesign as Wontfix.

I have printed two alternate options, one where all bearing holders allow the sensor assembly to snap into place and one where the outer bearing holders snap and the center two are fully enclosed bearing holders. It is possible to make a snap in part but the pressure from the filament on the wheel will cause the sensor assembly to come out of alignment. Only allowing the outer bearing holders to be snap in also doesnt work because you cant feed the sensor assembly in and snap it into place without breaking the fully enclosed bearing holders. I think its probably better to leave this one as is

Mon, Dec 10, 4:20 PM · Quiver
west moved T4821: Y-Axis idler Socket from Report Issues Here to Alpha Sprint (2019/01/04) on the Quiver board.
Mon, Dec 10, 4:16 PM · Quiver
west updated subscribers of T4821: Y-Axis idler Socket.

@david.hall how should we go about getting some parts printed in cluster with said gcode?

Mon, Dec 10, 4:16 PM · Quiver
west moved T4833: Change upper x bearing tensioner adjustment to front of part from Report Issues Here to Needs Review on the Quiver board.
Mon, Dec 10, 4:15 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T4833: Change upper x bearing tensioner adjustment to front of part.

In addition to changing the x carriage the interface board cover will need to be slotted on the lower mounting hole to allow proper adjustment. Potentially switching from 2x M3x6 FHCS to mount the double bearing holder to the x carriage to 2x M3x8 BHCS and M3 washers so that if adjustment is needed, it can be made without the screw "finding" the original mount indent from tightening

Mon, Dec 10, 4:12 PM · Quiver
west moved T4844: electronic chassis mount back doesnt align from Report Issues Here to Alpha Sprint (2019/01/04) on the Quiver board.
Mon, Dec 10, 4:10 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T4626: change hd-ms0062 Metric Aluminum Unthreaded Spacer, 8MM OD, 8MM Length, M5 Screw Size supplier.

@jessica how is this going?

Mon, Dec 10, 4:08 PM · Quiver
west moved T4721: Add 2x 9.5mm ptfe chunks to BoM from Alpha Sprint (2019/01/04) to Needs Review on the Quiver board.
Mon, Dec 10, 4:07 PM · Quiver
west moved T4805: Widen 3pos connector on actuator cover from Alpha Sprint (2019/01/04) to Needs Review on the Quiver board.
Mon, Dec 10, 4:04 PM · Quiver
west closed T4830: Determine Y-axis belt tensions as Resolved.

I think this can be closed

Mon, Dec 10, 4:04 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T4864: Left side extruder cable clip hits x motor mount before reaching home position.

I think we could route the cables behind the motor instead of to the side

Mon, Dec 10, 4:02 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

So far it misses on bits written into FW, calibration cube and G29

Mon, Dec 10, 3:49 PM · Quiver
karrad added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@logan @west We did have an update to start gcode this morning on T1868, it may be affecting your results

Mon, Dec 10, 3:48 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

next rewipe missed on the right

Mon, Dec 10, 3:46 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

hits wiper pad but towards the right/
gets first probe point, misses second
rewipe misses to the left of the pad
machine crashes into itself
print stops

Mon, Dec 10, 3:45 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

2.0.0.36

Mon, Dec 10, 3:41 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

What FW version?

Mon, Dec 10, 3:41 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@west still landing to the left of the cube with spacing set to 145 from left frame to bed mount chassis

Mon, Dec 10, 3:40 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@logan see above. we posted at the same time. I think that will solve your issues

Mon, Dec 10, 3:35 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

Well idk now actually, could be something up with FW, or Cura (start gcode), or the measurements given because it misses with the probe point or the cal cube.
@west @tutley @marcio Let me know what y'all figure out, thanks!

Mon, Dec 10, 3:34 PM · Quiver
west updated subscribers of T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

For the Y @marcio has his machine at 117mm and the newest FW is .36. Those two things put the calibration in position

Mon, Dec 10, 3:34 PM · Quiver
tutley added a comment to T4862: Fans prone to getting things in them.

I have hit my fingers in the fans a lot and it doesnt ever cut you or anything, it is mostly just startling. Not sure if we really need to put anything over them but i can see the concern

Mon, Dec 10, 2:35 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@kent jigs passed testing, ready for review

Mon, Dec 10, 2:29 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@west maybe I flashed from the wrong directory or something? Apologies, it appears to be working now. But that means the measurements we had on our board were wrong, @tutley might want to double check and make sure your's is updated to reflect Josh's measurements

Mon, Dec 10, 2:27 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

I will flash FW again to double check but I flashed this unit this morning

Mon, Dec 10, 2:23 PM · Quiver
kent triaged T4864: Left side extruder cable clip hits x motor mount before reaching home position as Normal priority.
Mon, Dec 10, 2:21 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@logan the dimensions I gave you were from the right face of the left frame to the left face of the chassis mount. If you have the correct FW and measure from the correct position then it will work. I stand by my measurements

Mon, Dec 10, 2:20 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@west That is the dimension I have been asking for this whole time. I was given other dimensions or wrong dimensions.

Mon, Dec 10, 2:12 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@logan you need to be measuring the x position based off of the left side of the frame since the toolhead homes on the left side

Mon, Dec 10, 2:10 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@tutley has your Y been adjusted to the new position?

Mon, Dec 10, 2:08 PM · Quiver
kent added a comment to T4862: Fans prone to getting things in them.

@tutley yeah we could. I think there may be a number of designs that are available and freely licenced. I don't see it as something that absolutely needs to happen, but it was something that I noticed so I made a ticket for it, mostly for logging purposes. It's pretty frequent that months and months after the release of a product, someone will point out an issue that was already thought about and determined not to do anything about. In situations like that it might seem like negligence. This way, we can look back and remind ourselves exactly why we decided not to do anything. Not doing anything is a valid thing to do in some cases, including this one I think.

Mon, Dec 10, 2:02 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

This resulted in the measurements given above:
Left 123.95
Rear: 110.77

Mon, Dec 10, 1:54 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.


The above file contains two sketches showing placement of the Y-axis, based off entirely off of CAD models and the dimensions given to me by @tutley earlier. Those dimensions are as follows:
176mm from inside of right frame extrusion to right side of right Y-Axis frame extrusion
199mm from front of Y-Idler end plate to front of bottom front horizontal frame extrusion.
"Sketch" is along the X/Z plane
"Sketch001" is along the Y/Z plane
All other dimensions were pulled from current state of master branch

Mon, Dec 10, 1:53 PM · Quiver
tutley added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@logan im noticing that this closely matches what @west measured above. Maybe im not measuring from the correct spot?

Mon, Dec 10, 1:24 PM · Quiver
tutley added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@logan the rear looks correct but im getting about 143ish on the left

Mon, Dec 10, 1:22 PM · Quiver
tutley added a comment to T4862: Fans prone to getting things in them.

@kent we can make a little printed fan guard

Mon, Dec 10, 1:18 PM · Quiver
logan raised the priority of T3842: Y to frame squaring jig from Normal to High.

@west @tutley @kent
For these measurements I get:
left 123.95
rear 110.77

Mon, Dec 10, 1:14 PM · Quiver
DaniAO updated the task description for T4546: Alpha Printer Tracking.
Mon, Dec 10, 1:11 PM · Quiver
MikeR added a comment to T4844: electronic chassis mount back doesnt align.

@west I havent tried them yet, but when I do I will update this ticket.

Mon, Dec 10, 1:06 PM · Quiver
logan added a comment to T3842: Y to frame squaring jig.

@west Those aren't right. Misses the cal cube entirely. This is why it would've been helpful to update the assembly, rather than remove it. (T4505)

Mon, Dec 10, 12:58 PM · Quiver
kent closed T4862: Fans prone to getting things in them as Wontfix.

This is the case with any heatsink fan. If we covered the fan, it could reduce airflow going to the heatsink and require another printed part that would be cosmetic heavy

Mon, Dec 10, 12:46 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T4859: y axis rod deflection.

It takes about 5N of force on one side of the bed to delect the other side 1mm and 10N to deflect 2mm with the 12mm rods
It takes 2N to deflect 1mm and 6N to deflect 2mm on the 10mm rods

Mon, Dec 10, 12:32 PM · Quiver
west added a comment to T4862: Fans prone to getting things in them.

This is the case with any heatsink fan. If we covered the fan, it could reduce airflow going to the heatsink and require another printed part that would be cosmetic heavy

Mon, Dec 10, 12:30 PM · Quiver
kent changed the edit policy for T4862: Fans prone to getting things in them.
Mon, Dec 10, 11:45 AM · Quiver