Thanks for your comment, Master.
Yes, these are the arms from FlamenG, they are perfect. The spools 1 and 2 stand on the other side of the USM furniture, just mirrored. All works perfect.
I had not any issues with the prints. I first printed 0.3mm but those prints were not that good so I switched to 0.2. Takes longer but I always print overnight in my office.
Assembly was really easy and it works all just great. You are a genious. Thanks so much, it must have taken many many hours to build and test. I see no improvements, it is just a masterpiece of Engineering.
i can assure you that you are far too generous and kind in your words.
it is easy to appear talented when you are standing on the shoulders of those before you. I never would have come up with this design without the earlier work of Vincent and Martin.
you hit on the topic which was been consuming me for a week. I'm trying to learn much more about slicers and slicer options in order to optimize print time versus quality.
Many people get usable prints from their printer at 0.3mm layer height in about 12 hours. But, some people get poor results from that layer height at some strategically important locations.
I was traditional a Simplify3D user until I bought the MMU and was forced to learn Slicer. Had stuck with Slicer through the early parts of this design. But, have been playing with S3D again as well as KISSlicer and Cura lately. They produce very different output and it has been interesting to dig in and understand why.
looks great.......like the numbers you added.
Are those the longer down arm from FlamenG? How are you managing the PTFE tubes for the two spools in the back?
Did you have any issue in print, assembly, or operation?
Do you have any feedback or suggestions for improvement?