I know it might seem like an easy question but that is by far the most difficult problem to solve of any of teh problems on all of teh machines I make. I need a lot of details please.
This is not a titan aero.
The picture you sent just shows a mess but not the extruder to check for any obvious build issues.
Has it worked before?
What filament…[Read more]
The only part that takes a while is the flat bottom parts because of the small step over. It depends on the design and how much is getting carved out.
Mixing a carve and a pocket on the same exact spot isn’t something I would do. Try a fully carved surface and only switch bits if you are going to cut it out.
Yeah, less and less likely to make good business sense but super cheap, work with any pwm, super tweak-able. Sounds awesome other than the money aspect I think.
Adding all sorts of special complicated stuff means a bigger profit, but I am only willing if it actually adds value other than aesthetics.
I suck at business, but not at…[Read more]
Seems like a legit path correct? If you want one, add one. It simplifies the crap out of the coding (basically its done).
Dang…more names forgot about this. V1PID?
Like that name for sure.
We have 3 wires, clockwise PWM – M3 S(), counterclockwise PWM – M4 S(), Enable M5 (high low I think). Currently using M3 and M5,…[Read more]
It would be a lot easier just to carve the whole thing with the Vbit, the project looks small enough. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEFFogenSvo&t=241s
The way you are doing it your depth of cut will need to be dead on. It should be 3mm, but it it is not that means you did not start at Z zero initially.
Been putting some serious thought into this thing. What is the point of the screen?
We already have a screen, and new menu items seem to be easy enough to add to now. So why not just use the current screen? Do you really need to watch some speedo? Manual control should be easy enough to add to the current menu and it would only lag behind by a…[Read more]
It comes flashed for the MPCNC unless you tell me otherwise. Lots of people shuffle there control boards around.
I currently have the Marlin V2 files set to come on fan 2 (maybe 1) at 60C.
Printers are extremely variable in the builds, this is part of the reason I don’t offer bundled kits, no two people use the same anything. Every single…[Read more]
This would be slick for everything but milling. I tried to put the smallest of printed parts on the collet and everything explodes at 30K. Some crazy multi-function stuff would be awesome to see. PnP, with laser soldering, fully automated? Please, I dare you!
Lots of sign people around here. Not too sure how many of them are full time. Curious about this myself.
I can say from my experience it really takes the pressure and stress off it you slowly work your way into it. So much easier to learn and iterate while there are multiple revenue streams. Also, saying “no” is extremely difficult for me but…[Read more]
Use my gcode first before you make your own.
Sounds like you have a G28 command still in there, or as Bill said wrong units. Double check all the settings pictures. I did not highlight all the changes but if there is a picture, there are changes.
0.9 degree isn’t really needed, we currently have a theoretical resolution of 0.001mm or 0.0005mm depending on your step rate.
I have no experience with smoothie firmware coding or really even it’s capabilities. It took more than 700 lines of changes into just one of the marlin branches (we did tw0) to just add it to the two axis that didn’t…[Read more]
Once they are assembled the learning curve is the same. I can’t speak to the assembly of those machines. Software wise you can even use easel if you really want to “graz” on YouTube does. I highly suggest sticking to my getting started progression with the crown though. It is much more powerful and should really not be much more…[Read more]
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