Belgian Build

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    Steven
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    Hello everyone.

    I red a lot of posts on the forum and really love the design of the MPCNC.

    I have no technical bakground, but I like to play around with stuff like this.

    I just started printing yesterday. It will be a very slow build, but I will update this post once in a while.

     

     

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    #105643

    Robin Morgan
    Participant

    Welcome,

     

    Not started long myself

    #105647

    Turbinbjorn
    Participant

    Thumbs up! Newcomer myself, chiming in. Unfortunately away on vacation, and all I can think of is coming home and resuming the printing and picking up parts.

    I don’t have a technical background at all, my studies since high school have been in the humanities, and I’m working with counseling. But – in my youth I dreamed of electronics and engineering, so the MPCNC is an old dream coming true!

    #105652

    Stephan
    Participant

    Why do you print part by part?

    For me it was much easier to print as much as i get on the bed of my anycubic at once.

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    Regards Stephan

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    Barry
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    Why do you print part by part?

    For me it was much easier to print as much as i get on the bed of my anycubic at once.

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    Regards Stephan

    Sucks when you get a missed step 90% into a print doing that, or one of the tall parts pops loose.  Shit happens for any printer.  I did the same though, only printed the XY parts by themselves, after losing both to a layer shift 80% into a print.

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    #105667

    Steven
    Participant

    Just like barry says.

    Also I only print them in the evening/night. If I printed mutiple ones at once, it would be to long of a print.

    The smaller ones I will probably print together.

    And I’m really not in a hurry.

    #105669

    Joy
    Participant

    Aha, another Belgian fellow! I’m starting to build one too! Have fun!

    #105714

    Peter Arien
    Participant

    I just built one in Louvain, Belgium.

    Very slowly learning how to use it.

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    #105727

    Turbinbjorn
    Participant

    I just built one in Louvain, Belgium.

    Very slowly learning how to use it.

    Looks good! Can you help me a little and explain the advantages of having short legs but a sunken table?

    #105744

    Stephan
    Participant

    Dear Barry,

    Sucks when you get a missed step 90% into a print doing that, or one of the tall parts pops loose. Shit happens for any printer. I did the same though, only printed the XY parts by themselves, after losing both to a layer shift 80% into a print.

    well, i know. I had maounted a “Fire-detector” above the printer with the 3M double Sided Tape which was iclouded with the Fire-dedector.

    It dropped down to the bed, blocked the table/hotend, so i messed up a >20h Print.

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    Some of the worse parts. The anycubic dont stop to print, i think he kicked the fire-detector off the bed and continued the print.

     

    Regards Stephan

    #105758

    Barry
    Participant

    I just built one in Louvain, Belgium.

    Very slowly learning how to use it.

    Looks good! Can you help me a little and explain the advantages of having short legs but a sunken table?

    Replaceable spoil board slot.

    #108268

    Bart van laer
    Participant

    Hello I am just building one in Kessel-Lo. Learning a lot also😀

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