we have a sense hand held 3d scanner at our school site. I have been trying to get it to work on my laptop. I downloaded the software that the manual told me to download. I also was able to activate the scanner as well.
Everytime i go to use the software it says "ERROR: no supported 3d camera detected! for more assistance, see the sense support section of the 3d systems website." well everytime I goto the website it says that the store is discontinued, etc...etc... it is a very evil loop I am stuck in. As I was searching through youtube and the internet, I came across a matterhackers video about using this scanner. Well this is my next step in not going crazy. I remembered the forums...I hope someone out here can help me before we actually get to go back to our school site and I can get this working. Any help or a push in the right direction to get help would be GREATKY appreciated!!!
I think that this is a subject that we can agree to disagree. A dry lubricant will only aid to the z-axis screws. If not only in lubrication, but will also aid to keeping them clean. Prior to lubricating mine, they would become black with carbon fiber dust. I also have a much larger printer which I lubricate thoroughly.
The title is my attempt at humor to dispel awkwardness. I’m new to the whole 3D printing thing, and I suck at remembering what questions I have (anyone else’s mind go blank as soon as they’re asked if they have questions?)
I’m currently looking to get a ender 5 pro, and I’m wondering how viable these upgrades are if at all, also any suggestions would be very much appreciated as well. I do intend on installing the 24V Titan Aero hotend and extruder (both regular and mirrored to hopefully convert to a dual extruder set up, as the interwebs has led me to believe that to be bee knees) along with both a both a set of E3D brass nozzles and a set of the E3D pro nozzle.
Any other tips, tricks and/or suggestions would be appreciated.
@larsbrubaker If you can make multiple layers on the skirt as well, then you can make a wall up around the outside of the part. Other slicers also do this. This makes a higher heated air barrier around the outside of the part and also keeps parts from air drafts and warping.
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