I got a Micro as my first printer last week. So far I love it and I've had no problems, but I'm trying to load a spool of Tough 3D Ink that I ordered from M3D with my printer and the cheat code is showing as invalid. The code is T-G-B.
I tried for the last hour to find information about the print temp for this ink on the internet, but there is literally no info. Anybody used this? What's a good temperature?
Looking to sell a heated bed I purchased from a Kickstarter when I first got my Micro. Unfortunately the Kickstarter project was super delayed (go figure) and by the time I got my bed my printer was no longer working reliably. I used the bed a handful of times when I first got it and it's just sat since then. Link to the kickstarter project is below.
I was actually pretty happy with the quality of the product. Includes a heated aluminum bed with PEI on top, power module, power adapter, and bed mounts that use the existing holes in printer. I used it with Octoprint and the M33 Fio firmware and Octoprint auto-detected the bed. The Kickstarter creator also created a simple telnet program for controlling the bed temp via PC without Octoprint but I never tried it. I can send the files he provided though if desired. I assume someone could modify it to run off a temp controller if they wanted to as well.
Since it's just been sitting on my desk for so long I figured maybe somebody could put it to better use. I paid around $100 for the package off Kickstarter, would be willing to part with it for $50 + shipping to wherever you may be. Let me know if anybody is interested.
I have the M3D Micro Plus printer and towards the end of a print (it was kind of a tall object if that makes a difference) one of the rails (or whatever they're called, sorry I don't know the exact terminology, but one of the things that makes it go up and down), got way higher than the other ones for some reason. I'm afraid if I try doing a calibration test it might break since all the rails move at the same time. So does anyone know how I can move one rail at a time so I can get the one corner even with the rest, I was hoping not to have to take the entire thing apart, but that's looking like something I might have to do. Or any other ideas on how to fix this problem?
I have a Micro from the Kickstarter campaign. I was able to make some prints on it originally, but it have been a a few years since I last printed. Anticipating that there had been a software update, I've checked M3D's site, found v188.8.131.52, and installed it along with the new mono item. I am able to run the software. It sees my printer and I have been able to load a filament. However...
When I try to open/load an STL model, I get an error that says:
"objc : Class FIFinderSyncExtensionHost is implemented in both /S ystem/Librar y/PrivateFrameworks/FinderKitframewor k/Versions/A/FinderKit (0x7fff8fd6fcd0) and /Syste m/Library/PrivateFrame works/FileProvider.framework /OverrideBundles/FinderSyncCollaborationFileProvider 0 v erridehundle / Contents /MacOS/FinderSy ncCollabor ationFileProviderOverride (0xll4cd5cd8). Ône of the two will be used. Which one is undefined,/Users/neil/ Downloads A "" ~'*_4_l_l.stl."
Might anyone here know what this message means and, more importantly, how to solve it so I can actually print?
I have tried opening several different STL files, including "Benchy" and models that I had previously printed... all yield the same error.
If it helps to know, I am using a MacBook Pro running OS 10.13.6