Thu, Oct 10
This was actually solved by checking drag specs in finals.
Looks fine probably lol
Wed, Oct 9
QA record has been updated.
these look like they are working much better.
closing this one down as Alpha users have these videos.
printer is in UL testing.
Betas are built, closing this one down
@marcio Sorry! I was more logging an official note of "tested with new firmware, it is fixed, closing out."
@karrad: Yes, I fixed it.
I am unable to duplicate this on 220.127.116.11 firmware, going to go ahead and close it out.
Printed v1.2 and installed on my bio, looks to be good clearance wise:
@karrad this version has plenty of clearance all the way around
@karrad I have pushed v1.2 to the branch. This version adds 2mm of clearance to the right side. Printing one now, I will update with photos in ~1 hr
Tue, Oct 8
@karrad yep i will update that tomorrow morning! thanks for testing it out for me
@tutley I got that one printed out, and it looks to fit, but clearance it is still pretty tight. Any chance we can get another couple of mm of clearance for it?
@Greggb here is the ticket for the collars.
@marcio Can we add 3mm to the MAX travel for E on bio?
it looks like we could add about 3mm to the max extrusion distance but it works
@karrad on .170 this works great!
@karrad the cable cover is what is making contact with the frame. it would be an easy modification to the printed part to ensure this doesnt happen
@DaniAO the 81620 collar should be fine as is
On the bio, TJ said most users want to be able to move the axis by hand prior to starting their printers. Because of this, the axis are left unlocked and the coordinate system cannot be relied upon. So software endstops are disabled on the Bio and the axis will always skip if you try driving them beyond the max or min.
Sounds good to me. I'm about to send slices to cluster, so I should know weights later
Syringe Collar Lock, 84120- PPG-GP0480
Syringe Collar Lock, 85120- PP-GP0481
@DaniAO It looks like both 84120 and 85120 have 2 parts. So we'll need two new part numbers:
Now states syringe pump, thanks. Closing down.
@tutley Can you test this one and let us know how it goes?
@logan would you be able to help me get some of these printed for the betas?
Mon, Oct 7
So long as they're like what we already received everything should be fine.
I have sent the updated drawing to the supplier. The first PO with this part has already come in so the easing of the tolerances on PP-FP0183 will kick in on the reorder.
@kim a new drawing in now in the master repo please follow up with the vendor.
i have pushed these to kangaroopaw branch T10293
I sliced these with the standard ABS print profile and they worked great!