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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Finally, a semi-working FDM 2000
    Reply John Branlund said 2014 06 18 22 51 Looks better than my FDM2000 that s still waiting for head repair Reply Kyle said 2014 09 19 02 52 I picked up a Prodigy Plus for 1K on eBay and had some questions about your experience with the FDM2000 Would you mind shooting me an email Thank you Reply Alberto said 2015 02 02 10 09 Nice Work man I recently bought a not working fdm 3000 I change the asymtek controller thanks to your information So I m in debt with you man I have now some question on where you find the foundation foam here in Italy seems that no one have it or which alternative of foam do you use I hope you like beer because I have to offer you many I wait for your e mail Thank you VERY MUCH Reply Have Blue said 2015 02 02 10 49 I have a few extra foam bases so I probably won t need any more for a while As best as I can tell the foam is General Plastics Last a Foam FR 7104 https www generalplastics com fr 7100 html However I m currently experimenting with some foil sided PIR foam sheet intended for building insulation it s about the right density and I have high hopes for it It ll be the subject of an upcoming blog post I m sure Reply Alberto said 2015 02 09 02 22 Ok I ll try your solution Now I m testing with polystirene x foam used in building insulation and using HIPS as support material but I have problems extruding HIPS When I manually extrude it no problem but when I start a job it extrude very very slow and the torque is very slow I

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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Finally, a semi-working FDM 2000
    John Branlund said 2014 06 18 22 51 Looks better than my FDM2000 that s still waiting for head repair Reply Kyle said 2014 09 19 02 52 I picked up a Prodigy Plus for 1K on eBay and had some questions about your experience with the FDM2000 Would you mind shooting me an email Thank you Reply Alberto said 2015 02 02 10 09 Nice Work man I recently bought a not working fdm 3000 I change the asymtek controller thanks to your information So I m in debt with you man I have now some question on where you find the foundation foam here in Italy seems that no one have it or which alternative of foam do you use I hope you like beer because I have to offer you many I wait for your e mail Thank you VERY MUCH Reply Have Blue said 2015 02 02 10 49 I have a few extra foam bases so I probably won t need any more for a while As best as I can tell the foam is General Plastics Last a Foam FR 7104 https www generalplastics com fr 7100 html However I m currently experimenting with some foil sided PIR foam sheet intended for building insulation it s about the right density and I have high hopes for it It ll be the subject of an upcoming blog post I m sure Reply Alberto said 2015 02 09 02 22 Ok I ll try your solution Now I m testing with polystirene x foam used in building insulation and using HIPS as support material but I have problems extruding HIPS When I manually extrude it no problem but when I start a job it extrude very very slow and the torque is very slow I think

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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Finally, a semi-working FDM 2000
    Reply John Branlund said 2014 06 18 22 51 Looks better than my FDM2000 that s still waiting for head repair Reply Kyle said 2014 09 19 02 52 I picked up a Prodigy Plus for 1K on eBay and had some questions about your experience with the FDM2000 Would you mind shooting me an email Thank you Reply Alberto said 2015 02 02 10 09 Nice Work man I recently bought a not working fdm 3000 I change the asymtek controller thanks to your information So I m in debt with you man I have now some question on where you find the foundation foam here in Italy seems that no one have it or which alternative of foam do you use I hope you like beer because I have to offer you many I wait for your e mail Thank you VERY MUCH Reply Have Blue said 2015 02 02 10 49 I have a few extra foam bases so I probably won t need any more for a while As best as I can tell the foam is General Plastics Last a Foam FR 7104 https www generalplastics com fr 7100 html However I m currently experimenting with some foil sided PIR foam sheet intended for building insulation it s about the right density and I have high hopes for it It ll be the subject of an upcoming blog post I m sure Reply Alberto said 2015 02 09 02 22 Ok I ll try your solution Now I m testing with polystirene x foam used in building insulation and using HIPS as support material but I have problems extruding HIPS When I manually extrude it no problem but when I start a job it extrude very very slow and the torque is very slow I

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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Finally, a semi-working FDM 2000
    John Branlund said 2014 06 18 22 51 Looks better than my FDM2000 that s still waiting for head repair Reply Kyle said 2014 09 19 02 52 I picked up a Prodigy Plus for 1K on eBay and had some questions about your experience with the FDM2000 Would you mind shooting me an email Thank you Reply Alberto said 2015 02 02 10 09 Nice Work man I recently bought a not working fdm 3000 I change the asymtek controller thanks to your information So I m in debt with you man I have now some question on where you find the foundation foam here in Italy seems that no one have it or which alternative of foam do you use I hope you like beer because I have to offer you many I wait for your e mail Thank you VERY MUCH Reply Have Blue said 2015 02 02 10 49 I have a few extra foam bases so I probably won t need any more for a while As best as I can tell the foam is General Plastics Last a Foam FR 7104 https www generalplastics com fr 7100 html However I m currently experimenting with some foil sided PIR foam sheet intended for building insulation it s about the right density and I have high hopes for it It ll be the subject of an upcoming blog post I m sure Reply Alberto said 2015 02 09 02 22 Ok I ll try your solution Now I m testing with polystirene x foam used in building insulation and using HIPS as support material but I have problems extruding HIPS When I manually extrude it no problem but when I start a job it extrude very very slow and the torque is very slow I think

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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Finally, a semi-working FDM 2000
    John Branlund said 2014 06 18 22 51 Looks better than my FDM2000 that s still waiting for head repair Reply Kyle said 2014 09 19 02 52 I picked up a Prodigy Plus for 1K on eBay and had some questions about your experience with the FDM2000 Would you mind shooting me an email Thank you Reply Alberto said 2015 02 02 10 09 Nice Work man I recently bought a not working fdm 3000 I change the asymtek controller thanks to your information So I m in debt with you man I have now some question on where you find the foundation foam here in Italy seems that no one have it or which alternative of foam do you use I hope you like beer because I have to offer you many I wait for your e mail Thank you VERY MUCH Reply Have Blue said 2015 02 02 10 49 I have a few extra foam bases so I probably won t need any more for a while As best as I can tell the foam is General Plastics Last a Foam FR 7104 https www generalplastics com fr 7100 html However I m currently experimenting with some foil sided PIR foam sheet intended for building insulation it s about the right density and I have high hopes for it It ll be the subject of an upcoming blog post I m sure Reply Alberto said 2015 02 09 02 22 Ok I ll try your solution Now I m testing with polystirene x foam used in building insulation and using HIPS as support material but I have problems extruding HIPS When I manually extrude it no problem but when I start a job it extrude very very slow and the torque is very slow I think

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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Finally, a semi-working FDM 2000
    John Branlund said 2014 06 18 22 51 Looks better than my FDM2000 that s still waiting for head repair Reply Kyle said 2014 09 19 02 52 I picked up a Prodigy Plus for 1K on eBay and had some questions about your experience with the FDM2000 Would you mind shooting me an email Thank you Reply Alberto said 2015 02 02 10 09 Nice Work man I recently bought a not working fdm 3000 I change the asymtek controller thanks to your information So I m in debt with you man I have now some question on where you find the foundation foam here in Italy seems that no one have it or which alternative of foam do you use I hope you like beer because I have to offer you many I wait for your e mail Thank you VERY MUCH Reply Have Blue said 2015 02 02 10 49 I have a few extra foam bases so I probably won t need any more for a while As best as I can tell the foam is General Plastics Last a Foam FR 7104 https www generalplastics com fr 7100 html However I m currently experimenting with some foil sided PIR foam sheet intended for building insulation it s about the right density and I have high hopes for it It ll be the subject of an upcoming blog post I m sure Reply Alberto said 2015 02 09 02 22 Ok I ll try your solution Now I m testing with polystirene x foam used in building insulation and using HIPS as support material but I have problems extruding HIPS When I manually extrude it no problem but when I start a job it extrude very very slow and the torque is very slow I think

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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Support extruder reassembly
    the day Upon reflection I figured that the extruder probably wasn t the issue in the first place assuming that I had done the rebuild correctly and that the motor drive block or the nozzle was the culprit I removed the motor drive blocks and set the head in the machine so that I could power it up and try feeding the filament through by hand I was able to push the ABS filament through pretty easily but the support filament I could barely budge So I removed the support nozzle and put the model nozzle on the support extruder Wonder of wonders I was able to feed through the filament just as easily the nozzle must be the problem I reinstalled the motor drive blocks and sure enough the support drive was able to feed support filament through the support extruder and model nozzle with no jamming whatsoever I ll try clearing out the support nozzle with a 0 011 drill bit even though I know I ve done so once already and I believe I have a spare T12 support nozzle floating around in case that doesn t work At least I ve finally found the core issue and I ll hopefully have the machine fully functional in only a week or two insert something about famous last words 9 comments so far Add Your Comment Reply Frankie Flood said 2014 05 06 20 48 Argggg What a pain you know I had trouble with the extruder tips on mine when I first received the printer from you They seemed to clog easily until I took them off and did a thorough clean job on them I ended up using a torch to incinerate some of the junk inside I can t believe that the tip was the source of your trouble Reply Have Blue said 2014 05 06 21 31 I can t believe it either but when switching tips leads to trouble free extrusion that s a pretty clear indicator Given how much trouble free operation the nozzles on my 1600 have given me I m surprised this seems to be such an issue especially since you ran into problems as well Reply Have Blue said 2014 05 10 12 12 As an addendum upcoming blog post I ran drills down both ends of the nozzle to clear out the inside as best I could but didn t do a full solvent cleaning I was sure I got it cleaned out as well as I could but when putting it back on bam jam city I ll give the torch trick a try thanks Reply John Branlund said 2014 05 06 22 55 Should you not have one shoot me a line as I probably do BTW how much would you charge to do mine Reply Have Blue said 2014 05 07 07 50 LOL In restrospect while tearing down the head was incredibly daunting at first it wasn t that awful I took lots and

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  • Have Blue [dot org] » Support extruder reassembly
    the day Upon reflection I figured that the extruder probably wasn t the issue in the first place assuming that I had done the rebuild correctly and that the motor drive block or the nozzle was the culprit I removed the motor drive blocks and set the head in the machine so that I could power it up and try feeding the filament through by hand I was able to push the ABS filament through pretty easily but the support filament I could barely budge So I removed the support nozzle and put the model nozzle on the support extruder Wonder of wonders I was able to feed through the filament just as easily the nozzle must be the problem I reinstalled the motor drive blocks and sure enough the support drive was able to feed support filament through the support extruder and model nozzle with no jamming whatsoever I ll try clearing out the support nozzle with a 0 011 drill bit even though I know I ve done so once already and I believe I have a spare T12 support nozzle floating around in case that doesn t work At least I ve finally found the core issue and I ll hopefully have the machine fully functional in only a week or two insert something about famous last words 9 comments so far Add Your Comment Reply Frankie Flood said 2014 05 06 20 48 Argggg What a pain you know I had trouble with the extruder tips on mine when I first received the printer from you They seemed to clog easily until I took them off and did a thorough clean job on them I ended up using a torch to incinerate some of the junk inside I can t believe that the tip was the source of your trouble Reply Have Blue said 2014 05 06 21 31 I can t believe it either but when switching tips leads to trouble free extrusion that s a pretty clear indicator Given how much trouble free operation the nozzles on my 1600 have given me I m surprised this seems to be such an issue especially since you ran into problems as well Reply Have Blue said 2014 05 10 12 12 As an addendum upcoming blog post I ran drills down both ends of the nozzle to clear out the inside as best I could but didn t do a full solvent cleaning I was sure I got it cleaned out as well as I could but when putting it back on bam jam city I ll give the torch trick a try thanks Reply John Branlund said 2014 05 06 22 55 Should you not have one shoot me a line as I probably do BTW how much would you charge to do mine Reply Have Blue said 2014 05 07 07 50 LOL In restrospect while tearing down the head was incredibly daunting at first it wasn t that awful I took lots and

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