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  • Automated Ultrasonic Misting 3D Print Polisher PRO

    I promise this question is for you. I have read your article quite a few times. I have decided to build one but i have a question for you.Why a whole humidifier? If your goal is to atomize the acetone, wouldn't just buying an atomizer be cheaper and work just as well?Take this for instance.http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mist-Maker-Humidifier-AC-1...I can get the whole thing for 6 bucks and rig it up exactly the same way you do without the extra effort. Is there a reason you choose the humidifier or was it just what you had on hand. because i can get behind recycling.

    soon as i get mine built i will let you know.

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  • PRINTTABLE the Affordable, Attractive IKEA Lack Table Hack to create a 3D Printer

    That's Awesome. Are you going to be adding it to the STL list here?

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  • PRINTTABLE the Affordable, Attractive IKEA Lack Table Hack to create a 3D Printer

    The only suggestion i would make is to cut your STL's into smaller and easier to print pieces. Most people have a print size of 200mm and a useable area of 150mm due to poor thermal transfer at the outside of the print bed. I also want to point out some of the STL's have floating objects. I had to modify the endstop brackets because the small one was floating in the air. If you could cut these up and fix your models it would make it easy for others that aren't as savvy with Meshmixer. Otherwise, this is amazing I'm going to make a couple of these.I have 2 questions for you, though.1) Can you modify your titan extruder mount to support 2 Titans? I'm toying with it but not sure as to how i will go about it just yet.2 ) Why no mount built in for autobed level? It's so common and easy to se...see more »The only suggestion i would make is to cut your STL's into smaller and easier to print pieces. Most people have a print size of 200mm and a useable area of 150mm due to poor thermal transfer at the outside of the print bed. I also want to point out some of the STL's have floating objects. I had to modify the endstop brackets because the small one was floating in the air. If you could cut these up and fix your models it would make it easy for others that aren't as savvy with Meshmixer. Otherwise, this is amazing I'm going to make a couple of these.I have 2 questions for you, though.1) Can you modify your titan extruder mount to support 2 Titans? I'm toying with it but not sure as to how i will go about it just yet.2 ) Why no mount built in for autobed level? It's so common and easy to setup these days either a switch based or better yet inductive ( i have a big aluminum plate on the way) mount would be great.

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  • Automated Ultrasonic Misting 3D Print Polisher PRO

    The only suggestion i would make is to cut your STL's into smaller and easier to print pieces. Most people have a print size of 200mm and a useable area of 150mm due to poor thermal transfer at the outside of the print bed. I also want to point out some of the STL's have floating objects. I had to modify the endstop brackets because the small one was floating in the air. If you could cut these up and fix your models it would make it easy for others that aren't as savy with meshmixer. Otherwise, this is amazing I'm going to make a couple of these. I have 2 questions for you though. 1) Can you modify your titan extruder mount to support 2 Titans? I'm toying with it but not sure as to how i will go about it just yet.2 ) Why no mount built in for autobed level? It's so common and easy to se...see more »The only suggestion i would make is to cut your STL's into smaller and easier to print pieces. Most people have a print size of 200mm and a useable area of 150mm due to poor thermal transfer at the outside of the print bed. I also want to point out some of the STL's have floating objects. I had to modify the endstop brackets because the small one was floating in the air. If you could cut these up and fix your models it would make it easy for others that aren't as savy with meshmixer. Otherwise, this is amazing I'm going to make a couple of these. I have 2 questions for you though. 1) Can you modify your titan extruder mount to support 2 Titans? I'm toying with it but not sure as to how i will go about it just yet.2 ) Why no mount built in for autobed level? It's so common and easy to setup these days either a switch based or better yet inductive ( i have a big aluminum plate on the way) mount would be great.

    I wish i could blame this on alcohol but i can't i had a few open i must have clicked yours on accedent fixed

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