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pbj:

--- Quote from: pbj on April 15, 2018, 12:15:02 am ---Screwed right in.

This part is unobtainium, other collectors I know are happy to see this come to fruition.  Found out one of my mosfets is blown on my $300 repro MPU.  But thatís another thread.

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Well, well, well...

https://www.siegecraft.us/presta/index.php?id_product=79&controller=product&id_lang=1

Ond:
Never thought I'd post in this thread. Stuff happens, things change. So I have a side hustle to my part time job  (I am an Access Technology Specialist) working in a electronics hobbyist shop generally one day a week. There we sell a large range of things, you name it, everything from Raspberry Pi stuff, Arduino, security cameras, retro gamer hardware and .. 3D printers.  To sell these things I at least had to learn something about them. We have variety of demo units including the Ender 3 V3 SE as well more expensive models, both filament and resin. Point is, I'm printing stuff off in the shop on the Ender 3 which just happen to be for my Vpin  ;D.  I know quite a few folk use Fusion 360 for their design work but I prefer 3ds MAX just because I've been using it for so long.  Apparently the Creality Ender-3 V3 KE  is the sexy-go-to machine right now, I'll have a play with it and see...

Ond:
Even on superfine mode filament printers are still coarse to my eye. But this print will be refined quite a bit for a project.


Fursphere:

--- Quote from: Ond on February 18, 2024, 07:48:10 pm ---Even on superfine mode filament printers are still coarse to my eye. But this print will be refined quite a bit for a project.

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Use a smaller nozzle, like a 0.25mm.   However, this makes print times increase dramatically on larger parts.  You can get down to 0.07mm layer heights, which is almost resin-like quality. 

BadMouth:
https://ellis3dp.com/Print-Tuning-Guide/articles/index_tuning.html

3D printing is an endless progression of "could be better" and diminishing returns.

...and there are limits to how good an fdm print can look.

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