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Earl Miller

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    I decided to make an improvement to the Buildplate and Y Carriage on our machines here after coming to the conclusion that the recent updates to the D9's firmware and auto-leveling feature should now be able to make use of the changes I've made. Once you reset your Z, auto leveling will be easier since you are now basically giving it a level bed to start with and can rely on the software. The tension spring system is now, legacy and outdated in my opinion.     Some background on it; I have been using printers with similar features for years now. I've never been a fan of constant, and eventual (still) periodic adjustment to bed leveling for that sought after first layer goodness, not when we have already had the means to do away with that system altogether. I'm used to having my printers tuned to set it and forget it....
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  • Dean Woodyatt (On one of the FB groups) posted a pretty straightforward method for leveling your D9. "I had trouble getting stuff to stick.....1 - CLEAN the bed, with cleaning stuff (isopropyl alchol works apparently, i've used baby wet wiptes) 2 - LEVEL the Z axis.....3 - LEVEL the bed manually - go to LEVELLING in software , get it so Z is hovering and correct, just gripping paper......then TURN OFF printer, manually move close to each corner and use the paper gripping method by adjusting the screws so that the paper just grips in each corner..........THEN turn on printer, and LEVEL the printer............after that, my stuff sticks fairly well, but not on some parts of the bed0"
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  • I 'm not one for always trying to re-invent the wheel, and for both new and experienced 3D printer enthusiasts sometimes it's just plain good to take a look at things to consider when using your machines . This first video covers FDM printing. Resin Printing (SLA/DLP/DUV, ect.) has other considerations and is covered in another video following it. Failure to keep safety in mind can create potentially dangerous situations.       First and foremost , I want to stress the benefits of subscribing and following Angus (Makers Muse) on Youtube because he's active and been doing this for a very long time. he's recognized in the community the world over as an authority and some of my early learning and enthusiasm was a direct result of this fine gent's contributions to our craft.   His Youtube Channel:    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxQbYGpbdrh-b2ND-AfIybg He also has an active Patreon:   https://www.patreon.com/makersmuse  ...
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  • Earl Miller uploaded 9 photos in the album Wanhao Exhibition China July 2018
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    Interesting yet informative recap on resin printing; its a good overall explanation of how its different from traditional FDM printing and a little history. Weve come a long way. Good watch for those wondering about the differences and how things work.
    What if 3D printing was 100x faster? | Joseph DeSimone
    What we think of as 3D printing, says Joseph DeSimone, is really just 2D printing over and over ... slowly. Onstage at TED2015, he unveils a bold new techniq...
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"It's a collaborative effort and vision of Wanhao's Gary Chen, myself, and a growing list of enthusiastic people who want to further the enjoyment and viability in business, education, and other areas of interest with 3D printing by offering useful resources and support to achieve this goal."          ~Earl Miller

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