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We usualy works with whole Factory file, we find it as a better way than wiht separate FFF files (sometimes it is very complex setting with 4-5 profiles in one task…
Hmm, I have no Idea, it should work… (lot of EDGE already printed) there must be some kind of scalling in your process (slicing or printing).
It should work, if not, we make update… so far no experience.
Hello, yes this is solution, I just updated our Factory files, now it works, please redownload it. (it was due the new Simplify3D version)
it could be underextrusion after retraction… look at our FAQ
it works in our generated Gcodes, I just checked it and realy in 4.00 Simplify3D version (Factory files) it for some reason does not work, you will need ad 1 shell/perimeter to tip_top proces now… then it will work or make separate proces for this wing part…, We will update this in our files soon.21.9.17 at 13:01 in reply to: Caydet: What to download and print, so the parts will fit?! #19876
Hello, the gcodes works with no problém and should fit, cant figure out where is a problem…21.9.17 at 12:58 in reply to: Caydet: What to download and print, so the parts will fit?! #19874
hello, are you sure you dont scale it in spme axis? It should fit as it is. Check also your printer axis (accurycy)…
hello, add some top layer to profile for this part or add next profile fot top with top layers (you will need edit top end of previos profile then)
Hello, the Slic3r software is not compatuble with our STLs as we know so far, we very very recommend Simplify3D slicer (you can open our prepared Factory files in it also).
Hello, yes, there is lot of 3D software you can use f.e. Meshmixer or 3ds max, or any which can work with editable ploygonal mesh (STL)
Hello, the motor get much more amps/current hwen static and also cooling is not so good, we dont recommend to test it for longer time with full throtle on the ground. But you can anneal the motor mount parts and get better hight temperature behavior from 3d printed PLA parts : https://youtu.be/vLrISrkg46g20.9.17 at 08:16 in reply to: simplify3D-how to modify number of shells in first layers #19796
Hello, we use two print profile (or more for sam top layer) one with 2 shell/perimeter for bottom and profile with one perimeter for rest, please look to our video userguide for next info…
hello, for HP setup use the 25/25 one, this three mounts are OK for mounting any motor which will fit, the numbers shows dimension of rear mont holes…
hello, just added to your account, sorry for that…