Hello everyone, today I hade misfortune to find out the bad quality of the bowden connector on my V2, I've printed a college, but in the mean time I was looking to this solution: https://hackaday.io/project/28433-monoprice-select-mini-painless-extruder-upgrade
There the author (if I can call him/her as that) of the upgrade, him/her mentions a MR104ZZ bearing, and looking on youtube a video it shows that the person of the video uses the same bearing that comes with the ABS handle of the extruder. My question here, if any of you have done this upgrade before, is, Can I use the existing bearing, or should definitely need to purchase the MR104ZZ bearing. Thanks! Happy printings!!
I have a problem with some 3D prints lately. I've been trying to print this Christmas tree https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:723392
I always have problems with the top/right part being under extruded and also the top circles inside the tree have problems, sometimes they don't print at all. Not sure what the problem is or what I can do to fix it. I use Cura to slice the file and I've been trying different temperatures from 190 to 215, also different layer height (0.1, 0.2), nothing works.
Bottom and left part of the print looks fine. I've attached some images so you can see what the print looks like.
I made a Dunder Mifflin paper box business card holder... Please let me know what you guys think of it. I printed this on the MPSM and it took about 10 hours total. I think it looks great and would love some constructive feed back!!
Just thought I would share that for European customers looking to get the printer and local customer service. We have rebranded the original printer but have added our own improvements which are unique to our printer from our removable flex bed system to our improved active cooling fan and upgraded extruder system.
If anyone is interested in the printer or our improvements which can be retro fitted onto any MP Select Mini then you can check out the product pages here ;
ProFab Mini 3D Printer : https://www.printfab3d.com/product/profab-mini-3d-printer/
ProFab Removable Flex Bed : https://www.printfab3d.com/product/profab-removable-flex-bed-system/
US Customers for Removable Flex Bed : https://lohtec.com/products/