by jetty, published
If you use this firmware, please take the time to click on "I Made One" with a picture of your bot.
This firmware took approx 10 months to write and test. Because this isn't something printable, the best appreciation you can show for this work is to encourage others to use it by keeping it on the Thingiverse front page. Thanks to those who have done this already.
Sailfish is the next generation of the Jetty Firmware. It's faster and has better print quality.
Supports: Cupcake, Thing-o-Matic, Replicator 1, Replicator 2/2X, Clone R1 line, Avatar/QiDi line, CTC line, FlashForge Creator line, MBot3D line, WanHao Duplicator 4 line, ZYYX line, and other Replicator 1 and 2 clones.
With changes to yolasite.com, RepG 40r30 or later is required to download new firmware.
This firmware contains many new features, some of which are: better acceleration, ditto printing, [email protected], SF50 Volumetric 5D printing.
Authors: Dan Newman & Jetty
A derivative of firmware released by Makerbot Industries.
Any updates will be placed here, so check back often.
Medallion was created with OmNomNom Creator:
Note: This is not an official Makerbot firmware release.
InstructionsInstallation instructions: http://www.sailfishfirmware.com/doc/install.html Setup Guide: http://www.sailfishfirmware.com/doc/install-configuring.html Printing out the attached "MakeByASailfish", at 100 Micron - Download the zip - Set deprime in your acceleration settings to 0 - Replicator: Using Printomatic, generate for dual extrusion with 100% fill, 120mm/s feed rate, 0 shells, 0.1mm layer height, and 200mm/s travel feed rate - ToM with LCD: Do the same as replicator but use [email protected] for 1.02mm to change colors.
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Sailfish Firmware by jetty is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.
What does this mean?
- Remixing or Changing this Thing is allowed.
- Commercial use is allowed.
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