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  • ryan.lutz

    Thanks for clarifying. We're not too familiar with the dual extruder upgrade from SeeMeCNC since we don't carry that product, but your theory sounds probable. If the dust filter works, then it sounds like a working solution.

    As for other extruders, the Bondtech QR is a great extruder, and is definitely an upgrade over the EZR. A mirrored version is available so you can maintain symmetry.

    You will also need a mount, which we sell on our design store: https://www.matterhackers.com/store/digital-designs/bondtech-qr-extruder-mount-for-rostock-max

    posted in General 3D Printing read more
  • ryan.lutz

    But did you try changing the computer connection mode as I suggested?

    posted in MatterControl Touch/T10 read more
  • unlimitedbacon

    Easiest thing you can do to make your machine quieter is to install motor dampers. Another more difficult option is to increase your level of microstepping. The drivers on the RAMBo board can do a maximum of 1/16th microstepping, which is what Repetier uses by default. So in order to increase it you would need to swap to a different board. With an Azteeg X5 and SD6128 motor drivers you could potentially do 1/128th stepping.

    I don't think the firmware has much effect on the noise. The firmware can only tell the drivers when to step and what direction to step in. Although different firmware can produce smoother, more fluid motion (see Smoothieware) the actual handling of the motors is done by the motor drivers on your RAMBo.

    posted in SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX & ORION read more
  • ryan.lutz

    I haven't heard reports of anyone doing this. Not to say it isn't done, but I haven't heard about it, nor can I think of any specific advantages to doing so.

    posted in SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX & ORION read more
  • ryan.lutz

    There's a lot of information you didn't provide. You don't mention which extruders you do have (did you buy an additional EZR for the second extruder?) or which hot end exactly (I assume Cyclops). You also mention not using retraction for PVA then list off the retraction settings you're using, so that's confusing.

    Can you please clarify?

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  • ryan.lutz

    Did you try changing the computer connection mode as I suggested? Or are you using the USB port to plug in a USB stick? I assumed you were connecting it to a computer.

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  • ryan.lutz

    Here's a profile with the nozzle and some other adjustments made for the MOARStruder (right-click and save): http://wiki.mattercontrol.com/images/7/70/Lulzbot_...

    It's not perfect, but it should get you started.

    Generally speaking, don't expect to print anything with fine detail, it can be used to print quickly, and/or use it to print items where the shape is more important than the aesthetics.

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  • ryan.lutz

    1) MatterControl doesn't require any location services, so if you're getting this prompt, then either a) a different app is requesting this, or b) there is an issue with the Android OS. If you're sure you don't have any other apps installed that would be asking for this information, then you might try the factory reset. Email support@matterhackers.com for instructions.

    2) You could try a different USB computer connection mode. Swipe down from the top right of the screen twice to show the context menu, then choose SETTINGS. Navigate to Storage > overflow menu (three vertical dots at the top right of the screen) > USB computer connection and switch from MTP to PTP. Reconnect the tablet to the computer and try the transfer. If you still have issues, let's try a factory reset.

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  • ryan.lutz

    Thanks for your report. Sorry to hear about the trouble you're having.

    If you are able to reproduce the problem, a Model File, Slice Settings, G-Code File, Terminal Log, and Build Number (as outlined in the following linked article) would be most helpful to our development team. http://wiki.mattercontrol.com/Send_Debugging_Infor...

    You can post a Google Drive or Dropbox link here, or email support@matterhackers.com.

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  • unlimitedbacon

    MatterControl only has EEPROM mapping for printers running Marlin or Repetier firmware. Your printer is probably running a firmware which MatterControl does not recognize. You can still change the settings you need to, but you will have to do it by hand through the G-Code terminal. See the RepRap wiki on using the M503 and M500 commands.

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