Cannot download print.html error when I try to print a instructable.
Topic by reese hill | last reply
Yesterday I was able to print instruction pages with no trouble. Today, in both firefox and explorer, when I attempt to print I get a "encountered a problem and must shut down" message, and then I'm back to my desktop. I've tried on 2 different computers with the same result.
Topic by flashgordonbrown | last reply
Hey .i went into one of your instructables ..how to bezel.. tried to print and it only printed the same pages over and over.. and not the instruction pages but rather the comments of everyone else which i did not need..i cannot get my printer to stop printing these pages and it will not let me print anything else on my printer ,.i have pressed cancel print on my printer and it still tries to print..i have shut my printer all the way down and it still keeps printing your pages...HELP.................. i have used a whole bundle of paper not to mention all the ink... i need my printer for my work and it has affected my work day.. i am very upset..will never ever use your site again.. i hope this gets to you.. there is no contact number for me to call anyone.. but i need a call immediately.865 850 5453.. i have already emailed this same email to servicea@instructables as it told me to do so in your site but it came back as undeliverable.. ... call me asap... lora williams
Topic by lora williams | last reply
Im looking to make some business cards out of clear or frosted plastic. Other than taking the order to a printing company, is there any way that I could print the information or images I want onto the plastic myself?
Question | last reply
After seven tries, I give up! PDFs will not print inspite of re-entering my Pro login multiple times. My login is recognized, but as soon as I try to save a favorite or print a PDF, I am required to re-enter my login. After loging in (again) nothing happens. VERY FRUSTRATING.
Topic by Frmeyers | last reply
I have access to a printer, which can print on standard paper - but that's not what I want. There are publishing houses (and Instructables!) that can print my text in a bound book - but that's not quite what I want, either (not yet!) What I want is: a printer, that can take an empty, bound book (Moleskine for example)... and print in it. Without damaging the book! Has anyone made,or bought, such a printer? At first I thought it would need to be some form of XY plotter, but a normal print head should do the job. The trick would be setting the page limits, holding the unused portion of the book, and to start the print at the spine.
Topic by AlanC2
Hello, i am working on my 3d printer, but i haven't completed it yet....... but still a question arises in my mind..... that can i print this (here- http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:399610) , i mean i sliced it..... and saw..... that at one layer..... it extrudes filament..... in the middle of no-where...... i mean how can it stick in the air...... ???????
Question by _Boltz_ | last reply
How can I print out the recipes on the allcasseroles website?? Some of the recipes look delicious; but, my computer is in one room and the kitchen in another and computer can't be moved to the kitchen becuz it's a desktop computer. I would appreciate how to print them out for free...thanks
Question by lanngrates53 | last reply
Some time ago I made a short Instructable on some basics of integrating other things with a 3D print job.I found some more uses that are not always conventional so to say.For example using an acrylic plate as the "bottom" layer and printing the rest around and on top of it, like a box with a clear bottom.Another nice thing I found is that quite often overhanging parts like hook type hinges can be avoided.Especially if said part needs to be really sturdy one could print it turned by 90° and with some support like an undercut add it to the print.Works really nice too is you want to have movable parts within your printed creation.I might have to do some print jobs next month and was wondering if I should add some more for another Instructable with proper instructions and examples?Anyone done some embedded printing based on my last Ible about it?
Topic by Downunder35m
Hi every body i saw today al ot of 3d printers videos and a lot of printed things , so i get really convainced to buy one , i really liked the makerbot replicator 2 ,is it really good quality printing? can i print projects working and moving without assembly , and i need some advices about the good and bad points about this printer , and i would like really to know can i print a mechanical object that contain movable parts in one print and get it working , and if there assembly what is the process , at the 3d library i found this engine http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:34701 is it one part working print project or i have to print a lot of pices and assemble them , and what about this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yFI_tsuPPw is it one piece too, i couldnt really understand how the pieces get assembled ,can any body help me , give me more informations websites!!!!! i will really appreciate your help!!!!
Question by vwtm2006 | last reply
For the second time in one week I have tried to print a customized PDF. The pictures are all great but at least some ( read most) of the instructions come out looking like thy are written in a different language. The first time I thought it was a fluke but now it has happened again. "Protect the Tech" is the project I was downloading. It is an awesome project but I really need the instructions in readable English for it to help me. What's wrong???
Topic by jenniahart | last reply
I need help and I'm hoping I've come to the right place. I consider myself fairly computer compitant however I'm having a hard time find a resource to learn this little trick. Basically I'm trying to make something print everyday at 730am so when i walk in the office in the morning i can grab it from the printer and get to work instead of waiting for the secretary to hopefully get there at 8am and hopefully print it by 830. It's and excell file (ns that it really matters.) If any one knows a simple macro or a setting please let me know. thanks.
Topic by knstormshadow | last reply
Hi I am planning on 3D printing something and was wondering about some things: 1) What kind of programs can I use? 2) How hard would it be to create in the program/how much experience would I need? It's a pretty complex design and I have never touched 3D printing so this is unfamiliar territory. 3)What are some good sites that will print this design from ABS plastic for cheap? 4) How well would I have to know my math? 5) Is there anything else I need to know before I dive right in? With this knowledge in mind I'd like for you guys to see what I plan on making I really want this made and I would be the happiest man on earth if I could get it. Please help!
Question by Iridium7 | last reply
I often want to print a diagram to scale. Often times the diagram is also larger then the sheetof paper. ( A sample diagram is at:http://www.boomerangpassion.com/plans/img/b08.gifhttp://www.boomerangpassion.com/plans/img/b08.gif. If you want to see other similar diagrams you can look at:http://www.boomerangpassion.com/plans/index_en.phphttp://www.boomerangpassion.com/plans/index_en.phpThough not all the diagrams I want to print are boomerangs.I am using Debian Etch, Cups, Gimp to modify the images which I save as postscript then print via lpr.My printer is a Lexmark Optra E312L, which can handle both pcl6 and postscript.I print the diagram once, measure something and figure the scaling factor. I then use Gimp to scale.Sometimes I just save and print sometimes, sometimes I break it up into overlapping parts and print.In either case the result is the same. Either the diagram gets shrunk to 1/4 it's size ( even though I blew it up), or the daigram it off by a bit, no matter how I tweak. it seems not to be predictable either. Worse when I try to line up two overlapping printouts the size don't match, so I can't really join them.Can someone show how to use Gimp, cups and a postscript printer to print something to scale. From everything i read I should be able to do it, but I guess there is some piece of software in the process thatis saying "Guy is too stupid to print it up right, I have to rescale for him".
Topic by BoomGuy | last reply
Hello, I have a apple mac PowerBook G4 that connects wireless to our 4-port adsl modem which the PC connects to as well. I was recently tiding out the box of cables and modems and stuff. I found our old adsl modem it just has a power port a telephone port and an Ethernet port and a usb port. I also have a sub wireless adapter(plug in to a PC and you have a wireless adapter. Is there a way to modify these items to build a print server so i can connect to it and print. I can't modify the wireless modem since thats what we use for internet.Is there a way to make one so I don't have to pay like over $50 for one I want a small device so i can make our usb printer a network one so i can print easily??
Topic by jbman | last reply
Has anyone tried this? I have a lightscribe. Looking at the video it seems that all I need is some graphite oxide. I tried embeding the video but I don't think it is going to work. Here is a link to the video. The Super Supercapacitor | Brian Golden Davis from Focus Forward Films on Vimeo.
Topic by ehudwill | last reply
I'm doing some small scale brewing, and I want to rig up some custom labels & caps for a real professional presentation. Labels are easy enough, but caps are throwing a few spanners into the works... Does anyone have any ideas on how to print them? Here are my current ideas:Toner Transfer - use a custom template and rig to hold multiple caps, then use an iron modified into a solder-press-like device to transfer. removing the paper cleanly could be difficult, and the results are unpredictableSilk Screening - build a similar rig to hold caps in place, and screen them. i don't know much about creating screens, and longevity, but it's probably too complex/expensive for small batches.Custom Stamp - use a rubber or pre-inked stamp to impress the design. simple, but expensive for multiple designs. i don't know how well the ink for pre-inked stamps will bond to metal, and I don't know what ink to use for a rubber stamp.Any thoughts are welcome.
Topic by gschoppe | last reply
3D printers are pretty awesome tools for prototyping objects. Now some people are also using hem to make shoes. People who like going clubbing with yellow skinpaint, apparently. Goofy shot aside, it's an interesting use since you can customize the shoe for your foot perfectly, but the look of something that's 3D printed will likely get old quickly. Link
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Tried to print the Crochet Mustache Hat, but every time I click on 'print' link I get this message: 403 Forbidden Request forbidden by administrative rules. It's forbidden to print an instructable? Hmmm BTW the HP wireless advert that pops up when I click on the print link is really annoying. thanks, jamowa
Topic by jamowa | last reply
Hi, I haven't got a 3D printer but I do have a model I would like to be test-printed. I have a model designed in sketchup and I was wondering if anyone out there could test it for me to make sure it worked before posted an instructable on it. Thanks.
Question by JM1999 | last reply
I was shocked by the postage prices for Ponoko ($80 minimum on a $7 part) is there anywhere in the UK that will let you print one off items with small minimum orders. Or any way I can get something printed and keep the cost under £20?
Question by madmanmoe64 | last reply
Is it true that there are 3d printers that print in metal? If so what kind of 3D Printer is this and about how much do they cost? Oh also how exactly does that work when 3D Printing is supposed to be additive manufacturing and metal isnt a liquid or even flexible at solid states?
Topic by acadena2 | last reply
Would not having printed instructions put you off buying a kit ? I put together a coke can Stirling engine kit, but I don't know whether to print instructuctions or have them on the website. Printing them myself would probably increase the cost by a fair bit as my cheap inkjet printer really eats expensive ink (must by new printer - but they are evil). The assembly isn't really complicated. Your opinions please!
Topic by scraptopower | last reply
I want to submerge a 2 meter tall face, what kind of material plays the nicest with Hydrographic printing? is this technique fine? is the 2 meter thing a problem? https://www.instructables.com/id/Fine-Art-from-Cardboard/ if I stay on step 4, is it subergible? I want to look at all the possibilities
Topic by DIAGONALLIS | last reply
I'd like to make some waterproof sticky labels.There are special waterproof papers that work with some inkjets and some inks but I wondered if there might be an alternative.Thoughts so far.Use a fabric dye like Dylon (tm) in an inkjet cartridge to print onto the plastic label directly.Or print as above onto paper and transfer the image onto plastic labels using chemicals and/or heatCould laser toner be transferred onto plastic using similar methods ?
Topic by scubascooby | last reply
Hey: I have tried several times recently to download custom PDF instructions from various instructables so as to print them. I don't do this often but in the past when I have it has worked fine. Looking for possible reasons why I am running into problems this time. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks,
Topic by jwhit | last reply
I myself don't own a 3D printer, but for those lucky fellows out there that do, I think sculptris could be a great tool for 3D printers. It's basically a virtual clay sculpting program. You can also paint your sculpture. Here is the link to download it. Happy printing! (just watch out for nargles)
Topic by LunaTonks | last reply
Well i like the new pdf idea but in some of them im finding the image notes (at the bottom where the pic should be)and a blank white space i hate tried to leave it and then look again but it didnt work ive seen this on some of dj radios, and ironman69s and thats all ive seen i hope you can fix this
Topic by knexsuperbuilderfreak | last reply
Hi, I want to print a 200 pg book I have in booklet form. What I mean is that on each A4 sheet, there should be 4 pages printed front and back. I should be able to fold the sheets in half afterwards and get a book that is half the size of the A4 sheet. I have tried to do this with the printer settings but when I came out, it wasn't in correct order. Also one side of the sheet is in one direction and the other side is in another so it looks like half the sheet was printed upside down. Before I waste more paper, what may be the problem? The only thing I may have done wrong is to specify "long edge" instead of "short edge" for two sided printing. This was done on a HP 8100 laser printer. Thanks
Question by phillyj | last reply
Change the pdf view and print format! Now when you click on the pdf icon (if you want the instrcucable to be viewed in pdf format) in the instructable you have selected, another page opens and you have to click on the pdf name to view/print in the pdf format. i suggest that when you click on the 1st view of the pdf icon, it immediately opens the pdf....therefore one less step!
Topic by lehmannheinz | last reply
Hi everyone, Hope you're all well? cartridgesave.co.uk recently held their first ever 3D Print Cup - A challenge issued to 3D artists to design an original 3D character, which they'd then print off (for free!) using a 3D Printer. The designers were all allowed to finish off their creations, and awards were given out at the wrap party, with the best overall design winning a Makerbot 2x Replicator. We had some amazing entries, from all over the UK and even the USA, South America and Europe. A gallery of the all the entrants has been uploaded at www.cartridgesave.co.uk/3dprintcup Hopefully there will be another 3D Print Cup next year, so keep your eyes peeled on the site.
Topic by Asekhri | last reply
I'm interested in making vinyl wall decals myself for my apt. I saw one instructable to cut the design on contact paper and stick it on the wall. But what if I have my own design (image) on my computer and wanted to print that on the contact paper. Can I do it using my inkjet printer or do I need any other special paper? Basically I wanted to print my design on any vinyl paper and transfer that onto the wall. Thank you...
Question by srini318 | last reply
Help!! We are trying to silk screen on white cotton handkerchiefs. They take the ink fine. The white fabric turns a shade of yellow. That's the trouble. Why is this happening? We have used two different handkerchiefs, both purportedly 100% cotton and the same thing has happened twice. This is being done by a professional silk screener....whaddaya think?
Topic by pinkyjabberbox | last reply