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about 1 year
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over 1 year
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over 1 year
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almost 2 years
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about 2 years
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about 2 years
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jedacandy
over 3 years
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bnomis
bnomis
over 6 years
Great thing! Is it possible to get the CAD File? Thanks a lot
Chroust
Chroust
over 7 years
It's a good idea, but the hinge when printing welded to each other and come into motion.
Lisca
Lisca
almost 8 years
Hi, I`ve been using these since my start in 3D printing and I love them, they are easy to print very usefull can be moved back and forth and i guess they work for both 3 and 1,75 because the opening is wide enough.
Chris Blanton
Chris Blanton
almost 8 years
Assuming this is designed for 1.75 filament?
Lisca
Lisca
about 8 years
I am using it and it is great, sometimes when I print a new one it does not "break" lose at the hinge but I guess it was printed with some different setting. I love the possibility of putting it after... Thanks
timelapse21
timelapse21
over 9 years
<p>This works so well! Thanks</p>
Frederik_PRDCTDSGN
Frederik_PRDCTDSGN
over 9 years
<p>My first print was a bit to coarse for the part to work, upped the resolution a bit and got a nice print @1h printing time. Just wanted to share my settings on UMO+ for the rest of you:<br><br>0.5mm layers<br>0.8mm outer shell<br>0.6mm top + bottom<br>25% infill<br><br>50mm/s print speed<br>195°C (printed in PLA)<br>70°C heated bed<br><br>No support or plattform adhesion<br><br>I reduced the flowrate a bit to be on the safe side.<br><br>Regards Frederik</p>
James Holmes-Siedle
James Holmes-Siedle
almost 10 years
To get ninjaflex to work I replaced the delrin bearing with another bearing (so a bearing on a bearing) and before I used the oil I tried pulling the filament - the knurled wheel does NOT hold it fast. Adding the oil has not altered this 'friction'. i also had a theory that the filament might be buckling in the area just above the bearing wheel, and so taped on some thin plastic pieces to that the area above the bearing wheel is at the same level as the bearing wheel and guides the filament - sort of like your guide clip does on the UM2 feeder. I print with a 0.65mm nozzle and really sloooooooow - last print took 36 hours - but it was a good print and I just need to play with the retraction to reduce the stringing (was at 235 degrees) but it was a complicated print (a flexyhand) and had heaps of retraction. I do find it best to pull out the amount of filament that you need as the feeder having to pull the reel is a bit too much. Otherwise this will hold me until I add a flexystruder (bought a while ago, but don't want to diss-assemble my beloved :)) James
IRobertI
IRobertI
almost 10 years
I guess I stand corrected then :) I haven't tried oil myself so I was just going by my gut.
Christian
Christian
almost 10 years
I thought so too but I'll try it. The puff cleaner solution applies the oil there too. <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/3904-flexible-filaments-comparison/page-4?hl=flexpla">http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/3904-flexible-filaments-comparison/page-4?hl=flexpla</a><div>ref #62</div>
James Holmes-Siedle
James Holmes-Siedle
almost 10 years
exactly what i am using it for with ninjaflex - a slight amount of sewing machine oil on the sponge - perfect!
IRobertI
IRobertI
almost 10 years
I guess it could but i'm not sure it's a good idea to add oil before the knurled bolt. Wouldn't oil on the bolt make it harder to get a good grip on the filament?
Christian
Christian
almost 10 years
<p>Can this be used to oil flexPLA?</p>
James Holmes-Siedle
James Holmes-Siedle
about 10 years
I worried about the hitting the gear wheel but in nearly 100 hours of printing it does not seem to happen! - the foam gets really dirty (I have the printer in a workshop that occasionally gets dusty) and some filament (XT) attracts dust like a magnet. Still a great design after a month of using it and changing filament probably twice a day!
IRobertI
IRobertI
about 10 years
Ironically I've only used it for a couple of prints. I'm living on the edge, printing in the nude :P
IronGland
IronGland
about 10 years
Update: I have been using this for about 4 months now, seems to catch dust like a charm! The only thing I have done differently is create a small standoff to keep this from touching the drive gear on my ultimaker original. Also I would recommend printing this in pla. That way if it wore down and chips of it got into your hotend it can just melt them out. Thanks robert
Luis D
Luis D
about 10 years
thanks!
IRobertI
IRobertI
about 10 years
Yes, it is printed assembled. There's a bit of clearance added between the parts so that it wont fuse together.
Luis D
Luis D
about 10 years
this will be a silly question, but... those two parts are printed assembled? wont they stick to eatch other?
James Holmes-Siedle
James Holmes-Siedle
over 10 years
Worked brilliantly - nice design
UltiErik
UltiErik
over 10 years
Wow, really nice rendering!
IronGland
IronGland
over 10 years
Haha Nice, I have been using a paper towel+blue tape combo for a dust filter....... MUCH appreciated!

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