Better Up! Mini Filament Clip
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It looked a bit ugly so I decided to print a new part to replace it which worked properly.
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Yeh the software fix isn't 100% I found that I had better results the more flat & level I had the bed but its an easy fix.Â
I have not tried PLA but there is a PLA setting. I have found that you are pretty well locked in to using the PP3DP filament due to its specific melting point and width tolerances. So most people just use ABS. I haven't really noticed much of an odour or fumes from the printer but I wouldn't want to be working next to it in a confined area.Â
Thanks for the input. I read about the bed levelling issues. It puts me off a bit, but I did see that they have a software fix for it now and that you also can use washers as you said. So it looks like this isue is solvable. In the end i'm looking for a printer that just works when I need it to. I don't mind maintenance but I'm not looking for hours of finetuning and testing before I can print.
Did you also tried printing in PLA? (I don't really like to print in ABS because I get a headache of the fumes). I could not find any options in the software to alter the tempature of the extruder, so I wondered if you can lower to the optimal tempature for PLA?
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3. Unscrew old clip & replace
4. Clip in filament and slot in tube.
5. Print and Enjoy.
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