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Jeff DeMaagd
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Azteeg X5 GT arrived.

It sure looks very nice but there's zero documentation and support information posted yet that I can find.
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+Ray Kholodovsky It is a nice matte black.

Also, the reverse side of my copy.https://plus.google.com/photos/...

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660mm tall Christmas Tree. 0.9kg, 10 hour build.
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Something like that. I think I might be making it move too fast to get a good shine, and up higher it does slow down. I liked the satin but I might shoot for all gloss tomorrow.

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I'm ordering some aluminum for my dad's business, should I get some ATP-5? Does anyone need some 1/4" thick heat bed plates? ATP-5 is a cast & ground fixture aluminum plate similar to MIC6. Functionally identical for 3D printer use.
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Has anyone posted a CAD model of the recommended ball screws anywhere?
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Yeah just send them the PDF, price shouldn't change.
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No support, single outline, no infill except the lowest 30mm, but yeah, vase mode isn't practical for this model.

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I recorded a video of a 120mm PETG bridge. On the 100mm video. I cut it off once the 1st bridge layer was done. https://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/comments/528wig/petg_has_a_reputation_for_being_poor_with_bridges/
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Try 2, slowed it down a bit and cranked the temperature to 265˚C (!). Last time, it wasn't extruding hot enough to shine for the bottom 85%.
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Doing some math, it turns out that I'm about at the practical melt flow rate limit of 25 cubic millimeters per second for Volcano heater block, except towards the top.

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A supposed feature for Taulman Bridge is "Reduced water up-take from local humidity" It took me at least 12 hours at the recommended 110˚C to dry it reasonably. And it still gave off puffs of steam if I feed it too quickly after 18 hours.

I can make it work but 3DXTech iON is so much easier to work with and I got nicer looking results.
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Playing with a direct drive (er, non-bowden) dual extruder design using Bondtech mini gears. I need to get a few more parts. I have a second motor on hand. This is intended to feed into a Chimera.
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Oh man this is great. You never cease to amaze +Jeff DeMaagd​. Love the use of pancake steppers with external gear reduction. This will be on heck of a low weight and grippy dual extruder.

Can't wait to see the results with your first prints.
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