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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    How do I enable shows installed


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    4:53 cura how to

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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    Trying it out thanks as usual lol


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    I stumbled on that video while looking for printers that can do nylon filament fluidly .
    Crazy how you can find useful stuff in other adventures .

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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    I stumbled on that video while looking for printers that can do nylon filament fluidly .
    Crazy how you can find useful stuff in other adventures .
    Trying out my new 3D printed pixel strip I designed prints 5 foot lengths. In. Ender 3 bed


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    That is clever . Did you use flexible filament ?
    I was looking at one of these for the long print capability .

    I don't quite understand the kickstart sponsor thing though . It seems as though you have to pay more for the machine rather than wait for it to hit the market .

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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    That is clever . Did you use flexible filament ?
    I was looking at one of these for the long print capability .

    I don't quite understand the kickstart sponsor thing though . It seems as though you have to pay more for the machine rather than wait for it to hit the market .
    You pay money if they finish it you get a printer if they donít finish and idea gets yanked you loose your money . Risky Iím just waiting to buy already chomping at the bit


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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    That is clever . Did you use flexible filament ?
    I was looking at one of these for the long print capability .

    I don't quite understand the kickstart sponsor thing though . It seems as though you have to pay more for the machine rather than wait for it to hit the market .
    Not flexible itís petg but when finished I can straighten it out with heat gun


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    You pay money if they finish it you get a printer if they don’t finish and idea gets yanked you loose your money . Risky I’m just waiting to buy already chomping at the bit


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    I am going to purchase one also . They have gone into production as many have received theirs already from the kickstart.
    The filament friday guy does a favorable review on youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    I am going to purchase one also . They have gone into production as many have received theirs already from the kickstart.
    The filament friday guy does a favorable review on youtube.
    I did not know that wow I need to find that video


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    Not flexible it’s petg but when finished I can straighten it out with heat gun


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    I think nylon is the better material that we should be using for durability and longevity.
    Pla and Petg seem brittle and susceptible to outdoor weather .
    But maybe I am wrong .
    We are expecting - temps this week so will see how these stand up.
    Last edited by angus40; 02-09-2021 at 10:34 PM.

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