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You should be fine, just use the Instructable as a guide. email me with any questionsSteve
Hi again Steve, getting my printed parts tomorrow hopefully (and starting the build!), I think I may have screwed up though and ordered the Rework 1.5 parts (by E-Motion). Is this a massive problem or would I still be able to follow along with your guide? I'm not sure how different the parts are.. Will get either new frame or new printed parts if the frame and the parts are incompatible. Would appreciate your advice, Joe
Thanks for your reply! Started the build last night!
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Normal. The 6-32 nuts are "chunky" or have a large face, so there is plenty of contact with the t-slot. I am doing a new Instructable on my latest build which has improvements on the z-axis end stop (and adjustment), nut holders for the bed leveling and a 1.75mm filament extruder and hot-end
No difference really - my new build is using 350mm and they should be just fine
Hi Steve, awesome guide, due partly to your excellent instructable I've decided to jump in! I've sourced a wooden frame identical to yours, I'm just wondering whether the 6-32 nuts holding the frame to the triangular braces are stiffnuts (normal nuts) or nyloc nuts? Thanks, Joe
Also, is there any reason you use 360mm smooth rod rather than the 350mm in the RepRap build manuals? I'm very interested to know if there are minor improvements that can be made from these details. :)
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pretty sure it's something to do with the thermistor, check your Marlin for the correct thermistor type and also check the thermistor connection to the RAMPs board. Measure the resistance of the thermistor to make sure it's not shorted.
Hello,Thanks for the awesome instructable, I've done everything as said, but when i connect my printer to the PC using "Pronterface" i get this error :Extruder switched off. MAXTEMP triggered !Error:Printer stopped due to errors. Fix the error and use M999 to restart. (Temperature is reset. Set it after restarting)-----and the printer won't work.Any ideas what might be the problem ? thanks !
no more issue, Im just forget to give double slash // in delta option line:D
hi Steve, I was follow your instructables and Done I made it.but I cant print and set home position.repetier host said extruder active 0 and filament disablethis is very frustating.and I need lot of help from people in this forum.im use Marlin-1.1.0-RC7thanks ^_^
No issue anymore. Leave TEMP_SENSOR_0 1, and connect heatbed thermistor. Pronterface Will recognize physical connection on ramps board.
SteveRoy,when changing TEMP_SENSOR_0 0, I get an error:SanityCheck.h:452: error: #error TEMP_SENSOR is required.Can you please advice? Thanks
Do you get it working up to Step 3? Wiring up the sensor and reading the temp on the Arduino serial port?
when I have add the display my sensor stop collecting reading plz help buddy
I tried it without lcd and different code it is still not working with that different code
The bridging between a POTS line and VoIP line is what make the ObiHai 110 and above different from the usual ATA adapters.
"Obihai" confused me, but an Obihai, appears to be a brand name for a basic ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter), similar to a Cisco SPA112. these devices can even be configured to retrieve a setup config from a remote server (using protocol such as TR-069). this allows the devices to be shipped blank, and provisioned on site remotely. new boxes can be mass pre-provisioned. this works with basically any VOIP provider. you can also write a dial plan to block calls to specific numbers, even 911 service if wanted, or reroute 911 to a different gateway (such as a PSTN). Multiple place offer free SIP service, but typically just for Subscriber to Subscriber, or Canada/US calls.
with the suggested 1.8 degree stepper motor you need 200 steps to do a rotation. With 3.75 degree stepper motors you need 96 steps to do a rotation, so while technically it could work you would have less than 1/2 the resolution of a 1.8 degree stepper. Why not use what is suggested in the Instructable?
Hi man...can you tell me what should be the voltage and current of my stepper motors? can i use 5v and 0.5 amp 3.75 deg stepper motor for this reprap model?
If you'd like, I can also get you a full list of the 3d print files for the printable parts, as I located it for the Prusa I3 Rework.
Nevermind, I found a cheaper place that has the whole "fastener" kit... all the screws, nuts, bolts, and washers.If anyone needs it, here:http://www.ebay.com/itm/Reprap-Prusa-i3-Rework-3D-...
So, my question is simple, but important (at least to me). Is it feasible to replace the M3 x 24 screws with M3 x 22 screws? I ask this because I have a site in the UK that charges about 4 cents a pop, and I'm already ordering the rest of the screws from them... but for what ever reason, they don't have M3 x 24 screws. I'd either have to go with M3 x 22 or M3 x 25, and I don't know yet what these screws attach to.The NEXT cheapest place is Lowe's, at a 1.06 per screw.
Oh, cool. It will probably be about a month before me and my friend can afford to get everything, but link the instructable so I can check it lol. We'll need SOMETHING to show us the specifics.
Hi, I never did a complete BOM for the nuts and bolts - mainly because there isn't enough time in the day to look at every bolt on the printer and figure out if it's an 18, 20 or 22 etc. Rather we bought an assorted size of M3 bolts in 50 packs, so I would say M3x22 will be fine and if you find you need something longer then try a mom & pop store. For example locally in Vancouver, Canada we have Pacific Fasteners, Canadian Stainless Fasteners etc all smaller fastener specialty stores that stock metric fasteners. Hope this helps
Hello friend.Thank you for your promptness of responding just as I have no problem with rooteru but the declaration port in the program.I tried this formula but does not work :( "server = EthernetServer EthernetServer (8081)," Where in rooter port 8081 is open and ready to receive data from outside but unfortunately progranul not support this formula.If you can help me with that formula and example would be of great help to me.Multumesv again prompt response given to you
Setup port forwarding from your router.
Beautiful project.But how can I see data from outside Internet network?I refer as well to access from outside?For example from another network http://192.168.1.110:8118/The network goes eg http://192.168.1.110
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