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New Nozzle

by kurtvl2781

Hi.

I've been lurking for a while, slowly learning how to use my printer and I have a really dumb question to ask. I know the Colido Printrite DIY comes with a .4 mm nozzle; can you change the nozzle to say a .2 or .3 and change it in the software?

If that was possible, wouldn't that give you finer (if not slower) prints?

Thanks,
Kurt

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Setting up a DIY Colido on Macbook Air

by alphatauomega2002

Ok guys, I'm completely new to this. I downloaded the Repetier software from the website for the DIY printer, LED is flashing and Repetier says it is connected, but I cannot get the printer to do anything, I connect, the printer doesn't move. Trying to calibrate and set Home, etc. It says Unknown Firmware at the bottom. I cannot find any screens or help for a MacBook, so I'm lost. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Colido CoLiDo_DIY Mac Macbook Macbook Air Repetier
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Hot End Thermistor

by happless

Hi all. I am really hoping someone here knows what thermistor the hotend uses, as I have actually managed to kill mine. Any help would be much appreciated.

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Ramps 1.6 upgrade

by sturleyau

Colido control board stopped communicating so I decided to upgrade.
Has anyone got a Config.h for ramps 1.4 or 1.6 for this 3D printer?
If not can anyone tall me which 3D printer in the list of Ramps Config examples is the closest to the Printrite?

I have all the hardware connected and only need to program the Mega in order to finish the upgrade.

Please help.
Glenn

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Is anyone still using this printer?

by supercowpoopman

I am just wondering if this printer is still being in use for everyone in this group? After getting better printers, I will say, mine has been moved to the corner of the bench, still used but rarely.

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